Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Six Traits
Hamburger Model
Quick Write
Writing Workshop
Cornell Notes
Double Entree Journals
Learning Logs
Reading Response Journal
Genre writing
Positive writing environment
Classroom writing center
Writing mini lesson
Revising
Editing
One Sentence Summary
Writing voice

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AVID Word Search

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Word Search
Description

I Will Be Great
Cornell Way
Planner
Research
Pennant
Graduate
Reflection
Summary
Field Trips
Tutors
Costas Levels
WICOR
Reading
Organization
Collaboration
Inquiry
Writing
GPA
Success
A-G Requirements
Tutorial
Binder Check
Cornell Notes
Determination
Individual
Via
Advancement
University
College
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AVID Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Vocabulary builder
Note taking
Star strategy
Time management
Binder
Planners
Agendas
Costa levels
Quick writes
Evaluation
Peers
Peer evaluation
Thinking
Classroom rules
Word wall
Contract
Cornell notes
Tutoring
College
Field trips
Groups
Slant
Advancement
Higher education
Determination
Individual
Via
Avid
Inquiry
Collaboration
Writing
Organization
Reading
Wicor

Teaching Writing Strategies: Tompkins' Teaching Writing Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Has three purposes: children learn how to write, children learn about written language, and children learn through writing. Writing
Involves three activities: planning - as writers set goals; translating - as writers put their plans into writing; and reviewing - as writers evaluate and revise their writings. Writing Process
Parts of the writing process that include prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing. Key Features
Writers that use appropriate strategies to organize ideas for writing, monitor and evaluate progress as they work, revise their meanings as they refine their writing, and identify spelling errors and other problems with conventions. Strategic
Centers that include organizing, rereading, word choice, sentences, titles, and highlighting can help students who are struggling with specific writing concepts. Revising
Centers that include spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and other conventions can help students individually edit their papers for errors. Editing
Can also be incorporated into writing by using computers with word processing software and access to the internet. Technologyy
Class "read aloud" where students read each other's books, place their books in a class library, post their work on a class website, share their work with parents or siblings, or read their book to a student in another class. Publishing
Strategies of setting goals, questioning, monitoring, and evaluating. Metacognitive
The six traits of blank are ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, conventions, and presentation. Writing
This trait can be taught through read-alouds, wordless books, and folktales. Ideas
This trait can be taught through drawing diagrams, collective effective leads/endings, and building paragraphs. Organization
This trait can be taught through lots of reading and writing and writing from different viewpoints. Voice
This trait can be taught through examining alphabet books, posting a word wall, using a thesaurus, and inserting vivid verbs. Word Choice
This trait can be taught through collecting favorite sentences, composing sentences, and teaching transitional words. Sentence Fluency
This trait can be taught through examining presentation in books, assessing hand-writing, and teaching keyboards. Conventions
Can be taught the six traits of writing through explicit instruction, mentor texts, model compositions, collaborative writing projects, and assessment rubrics. English language learners

Writing & Editing Word Search

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Word Search
Description

UNDERLINE
TOPIC
SUPPORTIVE
SPELLING
SENTENCE
REVISE
QUESTION MARK
PUNCTUATION
PUBLISH
PROOFREAD
PREWRITE
PARAGRAPH
INSERT
INDENT
EXCLAMATION POINT
DRAFT
DELETE
CONCLUSION
COMMA
CAPITAL LETTER
BRAINSTORM

AVID Word Find Word Search

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Word Search
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PAPER
PENCIL POUCH
DIVIDERS
HIGHLIGHTER
EXPO
ESSAY
FUTURE
BLOOMS
QUESTION
PENNANT
PEN
PENCIL
WICOR
AVID
AWESOME
GRADUATE
SCHOLARSHIPS
UNIVERSITY
CAREER
RESEARCH
SUCCESS
VILLARREAL
LEARNING LOGS
INQUIRY
GPA
BINDER
AGENDA
SUMMARY
DETERMINATION
INDIVIDUAL
VIA
ADVANCEMENT
CORNELL NOTES
COLLABORATION
COSTAS LEVELS
REFLECTION
TUTORS
CORNELL WAY
COLLEGE
TUTORIALS
ORGANIZATION
WRITING
READING
FIELD TRIPS

The Writing Process Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Proofread
Story
Words
Language Arts
Sentences
Process
Writing
Publish
Draft
Edit
Revise
Prewrite

Writing Process Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

body
brainstorming
branching
concluding
craft
entires
essay
free writing
ideas
introductory
journal
mapping
organize
outlining
paragraph
peer review
plan
proofreading
revising
think
visualize
write

Avid/College Word Scramble

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Word Scramble
Description

Indivisual
Organization
Wicor
Collaboration
Via
Science
Cornell Notes
Algebra
Learning Log
Binder Check
Inquiry
Advancment
Writing
Determination
Reading
College
GPA
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Organization
Master's Degree

Cornell Note Taking Word Search

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Word Search
Description

chunks of information
study guide
notes
topic
heading
bulletpoints
essential question
questions
summary
mainidea

Writing Process Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the first stage of the writing process, typically followed by drafting, revision, editing and publishing prewritting
Sharing the work publishing
quality, feeling, or attitude tone
Writing down ideas brainstorming
main part of a story plot
Grammatical errors editing
Correcting, rewriting revison
Attention getter hook
Putting it all together Drafting
Intense point climax
usually one sentence, that summarizes the main poin thesis