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Super Season Sentences

At the moment we are making our own non-fiction books about the seasons. Each page has a heading, picture and information sentences. 

Which is usually the coldest season? 53 more words

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Part Two: How Many Days to America? by Eve Bunting

This week’s post is a continuation of a discussion from last week of how I used Eve Bunting’s book,  How Many Days to America?, to teach my students some important lessons about the immigrant experience in America. 656 more words

Accountable Talk / Sentence Starters

Here is a start. Please make a copy for yourself and edit it as you see fit. It would help if you also commented with your thoughts so that I can improve my sentence starters too.

Sentence starters

There are different ways to open a sentence. One is a ‘where’ starter.

e.g. At the end of the lane, stood an old house.

How many openers can you think of like this? Remember to finish each sentence.

Editing Tip #98 - Repetitive Patterns to Avoid

When it comes time to dust off the first draft of your story, after having left it for at least one month, there are certain things you will notice straight off: 378 more words

M.J. Moores

Sentence starters

Write an interesting sentence using each of the starters below. Imagine this sentnece was the beginning of your story – can you capture your readers interest straight away? 18 more words

Sentence openers

There are different ways to open a sentence. One is a drop-in ‘ed’ clause.
e.g. Rizwan, exhausted by so much effort, went to bed.
How many openers can… 10 more words