Grade One - Writing Conventions

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Writing conventions include spelling, punctuation, grammar and capitalization and are essential to a student's growth in writing. Writing conventions are an important part of literacy in order to allow a reader to understand a piece of work without getting confused by errors.

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This is part of the free editing set from First Grade Wow. For kindergarten, I use it to show what they can do (smiley face in the check box) and what their newest personal challenge is (I highlight the check box). They keep it in their writing folders. Editing Writing, Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Rubrics, First Grade Writing Prompts, Writing Process, Recount Writing

How's My Writing?

Hello Everyone! I love helping first graders express themselves through writing. For me, the first semester of first grade is all about cre...

Capitalization challenge worksheets - free to print (pdf files) for lower elementary ela: english language arts students. First Grade Worksheets, School Worksheets, Printable Worksheets, Free Worksheets, Summer Worksheets, Rounding Worksheets, Writing Practice Worksheets, Language Arts Worksheets, English Grammar Worksheets

Assessment: This is a very useful resource that I would use as an assessment after teaching and making my capitalization anchor chart. This would allow me to see patterns of error and parts of capitalization that I would have to go over again. This would be used for assessment of learning and areas that needed to be touched on again.

ASSESSMENT- This provides a way to work fluency practice into the morning routine. This helps students become used to working on their fluency and to edit a piece of work. Teachers can use this to provide formative assessment on students’ fluency ability. Fluency Practice, Direct Instruction, Balanced Literacy, Spelling And Grammar, Formative Assessment, Class Activities, Morning Messages, Teaching Writing, Student Work

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Instruction: This is a very useful resource that would be a great way to teach writing conventions. The morning message allows students to correct the mistakes in the message which would focus on the conventions of writing. Doing this daily would re-inforce the conventions of writing and allow students to really understand the different conventions through using them differently in each message. I would focus on having different students fix the message and correcting in a different colour.

SUPER video on teaching mentor sentences in first grade! Implementing Mentor Sentences in the Lower Grades- IT CAN BE DONE! Writing Mentor Texts, Mentor Sentences, Sentence Writing, Writing Lessons, Writing Ideas, Writing Sentences, Writing Skills, Creative Writing, Writing Prompts

Redirecting

Ideas by Jivey walks you through the steps of how to do mentor sentences in the lower grades to improve writing and grammar.

Teaching writing conventions--generally accepted standards for written English and grammar--will help kids' writing look and sound its best. Grammar Skills, Grammar And Punctuation, Teaching Grammar, Teaching Writing, Teaching Aids, High School Writing, Kids Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas

Teaching writing conventions - WriteShop

Teaching writing conventions---those generally accepted standards for written English and grammar---will help your kids' writing look and sound its best.

Assessment: This would be a great way to assess students written recount, another part of writing conventions. This would focus on the students writing a piece of work that displayed the writing conventions they had learned. This would allow me to see students strengths and weaknesses and their performance in relation to the rest of the class. Formal Assessment, Balanced Literacy, Letter Formation, Punctuation, Grade 2, In Writing, Lower Case Letters, Mistakes, Opportunity

BALANCEDLITERACYDIET :: index :: Balanced Literacy Diet

Assessment: This would be a great way to assess students written recount, another part of writing conventions. This would focus on the students writing a piece of work that displayed the writing conventions they had learned. This would allow me to see students strengths and weaknesses and their performance in relation to the rest of the class.

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