Writing - Its Role in Your Content Areas

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Multiple resources are provided educators for argumentative writing.

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Multiple resources are provided educators for technology writing.

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Multiple prompts are provided for writing in your classroom.

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Multiple resources are provided educators for writing.

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ELA Writing explores all types of writing, including argumentative, personal, and explanatory narrative and writing.

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South Bronx teacher demonstrates how she broke down a key part of writing with evidence to support students who needed more help with the concept.

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History and Social Studies, Science, and Technical Writing looks at analyzing sources, the multiple steps of research, and argumentative, informative and explanatory writing.

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Littleton (Colorado) Public Schools offers this site for educators to help students with writing, reading, and research so they can become literate for the 21st Century. 

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The National Writing Project focuses the knowledge, expertise, and leadership of our nation's educators on sustained efforts to improve writing and learning for all learners.  Check out site for research, strategies, and tools to increase writing in your classroom.

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Educational research states that all good writing includes six key ingredients: ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions—the Six Traits of Writing.

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Check out these videos for 6 Traits of Writing.

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The National Institute for Literacy provides this report to help address middle and high school classroom teachers’, administrators’, and parents’ immediate need for basic information about how to build adolescents’ reading and writing skills.

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Writing Next provides effective strategies to improve writing of adolescents in middle and high schools.  This is a report from the Carnegie Foundation.

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