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10 Easy Writing Lessons That Get Kids Ready for Standardized Tests: Proven Ways to Raise Your Students' Scores on the State Performance Assessments inby Mary Rose
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With these lessons, you've got what you need to teach students to write effectively and raise their test scores. Easy, sequential lessons mirror the kind of writing students will be asked to do on the tests. Through fun writing prompts such as memorable haircuts and how to eat an Oreo cookie, students learn to craft a five-paragraph essay, organize a story, write an effective expository piece, add elaborations, master persuasive writing, and more. For use with Grades 3-6.
10 lessons, carefully designed to prepare students for standardized tests in writing. Covers the 5-paragraph essay, organizing a story, expository and persuasive writing, elaborating, and more.
Help students write effectively and raise their test scores with fun writing prompts and expert lessons on writing five-paragraph essays, lessons on organizing a story, writing expository pieces, mastering persuasive writing, and more. Illustrations.
About the Author
Mary Rose received her Bachelors and Masters degrees from Marshall University in Huntington, WV, and a Masters in Educational Leadership from the University of Central Florida. She has been a classroom teacher for 37 years and is currently teaching fourth grade in Orange County Public Schools in Orlando, Florida. She is active in state and national assessment projects, including the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP - the "Nation's Report Card") and the New Standards Project. She has been trained as a scorer for the Florida State Writing Assessment and helped to write the reading portion of the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test. She presents at state and national conferences and is a national consultant on improving scores on writing assessments.
Mary Rose is a contributor to Storyworks and Instructor magazines and is the author of eight books, all published by Scholastic.
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