How to Write a Story makes it easy to develop confident, competent storywriters. There are lessons and reproducibles to help students learn the parts of a story, reproducible planning forms, and guidelines for writing in six different genres.
This comprehensive teaching resource helps first grade students master the conventions of standard English and boosts vocabulary acquisition. Easy-to-scaffold lessons are clearly organized by language skills and standards.
Students practice language skills covering punctuation, verb tense, conjunctions, word meaning, and more in ten- to fifteen-minute daily lessons. Daily Language Review is correlated to current standards.
Give your students their own Daily Language Review practice book, ideal for daily classwork or homework. The student book corresponds to the teacher’s edition, with language and vocabulary skills practice specifically developed to meet current standards. (No answer key.)
Help your grade 1 students develop the rich and diverse vocabulary they need for academic success! The 144 daily lessons in A Word a Day, Grade 1 use a variety of activities and approaches to provide students with a deep understanding of word meaning that goes past surface-level memorization.