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Getting Started with Middle School Sentence Composing
Getting Started with Middle School Sentence Composing

Struggles with writing don’t have to last a lifetime. Not when Don and Jenny Killgallon's Getting Started with Middle School Sentence Composing is here to help. It's especially helpful to students who find language arts especially difficult or who are encountering the Sentence-Composing approach for the first time.

Crafting Nonfiction Primary
Crafting Nonfiction Primary
Focused on the process and traits of being a writer and how to best address the needs and expectations of nonfiction readers, Crafting Nonfiction offers targeted minilessons that will help you elevate craft, integrate trait-based instruction, and elevate control over conventions.
Getting Started with High School Sentence Composing
Getting Started with High School Sentence Composing

Struggles with writing don’t have to last a lifetime. Not when Don and Jenny Killgallon's Getting Started with High School Sentence Composing is here to help. It's especially helpful to students who find language arts especially difficult or who are encountering the Sentence-Composing approach for the first time. 

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The Inside Guide to the Reading-Writing Classroom, Grades 3-6
The Inside Guide to the Reading-Writing Classroom, Grades 3-6
Leslie shares tried-and-true teaching practices, lessons, and classroom management ideas  with dozens of foundational model lessons and online resources that include lists of mentor texts, student writing samples, and templates of her reading/writing assessment tool.
Back and Forth
Back and Forth
Back and Forth is for every teacher who dreads the next story about the winning goal or another retelling of a student’s favorite book. It shows how to push writers to do great work by giving yourself a title change during writing time—from teacher to classroom editor.
Teaching Nonfiction Revision
Teaching Nonfiction Revision
Sneed B. Collard III and Vicki Spandel blow the roof off everything you thought you knew about teaching nonfiction writing and the purposes for revision.
Celebrating Diversity Through Language Study
Celebrating Diversity Through Language Study
A student-centered approach to grammar study.
Paragraphs for Elementary School
Paragraphs for Elementary School
Using subjects, predicates, and sentence composing tools, students learn and practice what good sentences look like before moving on to imitate strong paragraphs written by established authors —their “fitness trainers in writing.”
Paragraphs for Middle School
Paragraphs for Middle School
Paragraphs for Middle School gives students new tools to write mature and varied sentences through imitating models by authors like Louis Sachar, Suzanne Collins, Gary Paulsen, J. R. R. Tolkien, Carl Hiassen, Rick Riordan, J. K. Rowling, and many others.
Paragraphs for High School
Paragraphs for High School
Paragraphs for High School gives students new tools to write mature and varied sentences through imitating models by authors like John Steinbeck, Harper Lee, Maya Angelou, J.D. Salinger, Stephen King, J.K. Rowling, and many others.
Funner Grammar
Funner Grammar
Grammar—doesn’t it seem so 19th century? Sandra changes that by going away from rote exercises and approaching language learning in ways that reflect contemporary usage, including respectful and celebratory treatment of American language diversity.
Image Grammar, Second Edition
Image Grammar, Second Edition
 “With Image Grammar, visual images are everything,” says Harry Noden. “This is why both teachers with struggling students and those with AP students have embraced the book through 15 printings." This updated edition includes a CD of customizable files of the strategies; reproducibles; dozens of weblinks; and more.
Grammar Rants
Grammar Rants
Patricia and Ken show multiple examples of grammar rants with extensive commentary, activities, and lessons to energize discussion about language, correctness, and good writing.
Grammar for College Writing
Grammar for College Writing
Guide your students toward mastery of the "grammar of the greats" by inviting hundreds of great authors to serve as their mentors—and the Killgallons as their guides.
Catching Up on Conventions
Catching Up on Conventions
Catching Up on Conventions is designed to be highly effective easy for you to implement by raising students’ awareness of Standard English grammar with targeted lessons, teaching based on best practices that are proven to work, and suggestions for instructional language and assessment practices that empower linguistic.
In Other Words
In Other Words
Help adolescents build facility with the formal register of school by connecting its conventions to the conventions of the language they speak outside the classroom.  35 lessons using examples drawn from commonly taught literature as well as from popular culture provide the scaffolding students need to build academic English.
Practical Punctuation
Practical Punctuation
Good writers know the rules, but skilled punctuators don’t simply go by the conventions. They use punctuation to make meaning. Practical Punctuation shows you how to help students discover the relationship between punctuation and meaning—and how they can use it to improve their writing.
Story Grammar for Elementary School
Story Grammar for Elementary School
A narrative treasury in miniature, Story Grammar teaches the story in the sentence (interesting content) plus the sentence in the story (grammatical structure), linking stories and grammar in ways that are innovative—and fun.
Grammar Plan Book & Grammar to Enrich and Enhance
Grammar Plan Book & Grammar to Enrich and Enhance
Grammar to Enrich and Enhance Writing
Grammar to Enrich and Enhance Writing
Blending research and classroom strategies, Connie Weaver offers a ready-to-use resource for leading students to a better understanding of grammar and more purposeful, sophisticated writing.
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