Provide your students with frequent, focused skills practice with this Reproducible Teacher's Edition. The reproducible format and additional teacher resources give you everything you need to help students master and retain basic skills.
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"I love Daily 6-Trait Writing! Every day I appreciate so much that I can skim over what I will do the next day, and it is all set with no prep. I'm also amazed how well it naturally and easily integrates with the curriculum. Thank you for the opportunity to use this resource with our students!"
-Marty B. First-Grade Teacher Marina, CA
Give your sixth-graders the fun and focused writing practice they need to become to become strong and successful writers. The 125 engaging, 10- to 15-minute lessons support any writing program.
25 weeks of instruction cover the following trait-based writing skills:
Ideas Week 1: Choosing a Strong Idea Week 2: Writing Topic Sentences and Supporting Details Week 3: Developing Character, Setting, and Plot Ideas Week 4: Elaborating on Ideas and Details Week 5: Maintaining Your Focus
Organization Week 1: Sequencing Week 2: Organizing Information Logically Week 3: Organizing Information to Compare and Contrast Week 4: Organizing to Persuade Week 5: Choosing Which Way to Organize Your Writing
Word Choice Week 1: Writing Precise Descriptions Week 2: Writing About Action Week 3: Using Figurative Language Week 4: Choosing the Right Words for Your Audience Week 5: Getting the Reader's Attention
Sentence Fluency Week 1: Combining Sentences with Conjunctions Week 2: Writing Complex Sentences Week 3: Parallel Structure Within a Sentence Week 4: Beginning Sentences in Different Ways Week 5: Writing a Smooth Paragraph
Voice Week 1: Identifying Different Writing Voices Week 2: Using Different Voices for Different Purposes Week 3: Using Voice in Poetry Week 4: Writing from Different Points of View Week 5: Using Voice in Persuasive Writing