FCAT Writing Prompts
Everyone has been alone at one time or another. Think about a time you were alone at home or someplace else. Tell about a time you were alone so the reader feels that he was there.
As the students entered the room...
Choose one of the topics below and write a speech on that topic, then deliver your speech before an audience. You speech must be AT LEAST 2 MINUTES in length. You may choose one of the following options for delivery of your speech. You must send a written copy of your speech no matter which option you...
LESSON PLAN FORMAT
Title of Lesson: My Favorite Community Helper
Topic: Community Helpers
Subject Areas: Language Arts, Social Studies, and Fine Arts
Grade Level: 1st Grade
Description or Outcome Statement:
Students will listen to a haiku poem about a Construction Worker. Together, students...
This is a portfolio about you, by you. Its purpose is to celebrate your years in middle school! This portfolio gives you the opportunity to reflect on the past, examine the present, and set goals for the future. Along the way, you will also be developing your writing skills. Let’s get started...
affects your life.
2. Describe the usefulness of medicated oil in treating some common sickness.
3. Describe the most unusual thing that you have ever done in your life.
4. Describe the most dangerous thing that you have ever done in your life.
5. Describe the happiest/ the saddest time in your life...
interest a classmate to want to read your book. The inside of your bag should include items that you will be able to use to explain important parts of your book.
Pick any book that is a comfortable reading level for you. (You will need to get the approval of your teacher.)
Due Date: Monday, February...
definitions that enhance the reader’s understanding.
R.A.F.T.S.: to help guide you in your writing
Role- what role do I have as the writer?
Audience- who is my reader?
Format- what format do I use to write to my topic?
Topic- what is my topic of writing?
Strong verbs- did I use strong, vivid...
Why was your name chosen for you?
What was happening in the world when you were born?
What is your earliest memory of home?
What was your favorite hiding place as a child?
What is your favorite hiding place as an adult?
What was your favorite store and why did you like to go there?
a young child I loved to write, whether it was my own made up stories on my own, or ones I had to do for school. Spelling was fun for a while, till you get graded on it. As the years went by writing in my life was going to change dramatically, learning rules of how to write, all of it was to become a...
favored by a teacher. To become a teacher's pet, it will take a bit of work, but the results are phenomenal. When you're a teacher's pet, the teacher is more likely to accept excuses from you, and you are guaranteed a good high school recommendation. Being a teacher's pet, depending upon your personality...
Write the missing short vowel in each word,
then say the word.
Circle the words that rhyme.
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Write these words in the correct shapes, then...
invented a time machine. Write a story about what you did with it.
2. Write a story about trading places with your favorite TV, movie, or rock star.
3. One day a spaceship lands on the playground of your school...
4. Your shoe must have a story to tell. Tell it.
5. Your class grew plants as a...
social networks can exert (and have exerted) both positive and negative influences on the student‐teacher relationship. I will attempt to provide an answer to the ultimate question: Should students and teachers be “friends” on social networks?
Teaching Kids to Write Fantastic Hooks
When it comes to teaching kids writing, one of the most important strategies to teach is how to write a hook. The hook is the very first sentence in the essay, and a good one creates a lasting impression with the reader. One mistake I see kids frequently making...
Unforgettable Ms. Bessie is a meaningful narrative about Carl’s favorite teacher. Carl Rowan favorite teacher’s full name is Bessie Taylor Gwynn, she taught Carl many things and there are many reasons why Ms. Bessie is Carl’s favorite teacher.
Carl graduated from Bernard High School in McMinnville...
choose about five questions that you might ask of students. Be as creative as you want with the questions. Possible questions might include the following:
• What is the title of a favorite book?
• What do you like doing in your free time when you're not at school?
• What is your favorite board...
that took place every day at 9 a.m. My third school was located in the middle of a market, thus at every recess, students would go outside with their teachers to shop for lunch. And then came my fourth school. It was a private and prestigious one. Students were required to wear different uniforms on different...
modalities are Visual, Aural, Read/write and Kinesthetic. Neil Fleming and Mills created it in 1992 .It is a questionnaire to which people can choose the options, which are appropriate for them and can find out which is their specific learning style. If one can find out their favorite learning style then that...
baby pictures of yourself with your parents and siblings and really just to give basic information on your background like a biography for a child, this project helped me become more engaged with writing and I enjoy it more than others.
I don’t have just one favorite type of writing I enjoy them all...
Mimicry of teachers: students who imitate teachers whether as harmless fun or to be just like them. While imitating teachers, they try to enact their way of communication, facial expressions teacher, etc. Imitating teachers can form a funny part of your celebrations as well, where teachers also enjoy...
person living today. Write an essay that identifies the
person and the advice you would give. Choose a familiar subject so that you can provide details
and elaboration that explain why this person needs your advice.
2. In an essay, explain how disappointments can have a good side.
3. Write an essay explaining...
Dear Mrs. Huneycutt,
Hello! My Name is Jason John, and I am in your Language Arts class! I enjoyed reading your
letter about yourself, and now I will write a letter to you about myself, and some of my likes and dislikes.
Reading is not one of my usual pastimes, but when I do read, I do enjoy it...
What is your full name?
Valentina Angela Sarwer Ross
I liked to be called Angela because it suits me better than Valentina
List 10 words that describe you
was easy and straight forward to answer. I had to throw about 12 papers for the reason on some students felt they should circle both answers or just didn’t answer the question.
The second question on my survey read “What is your favorite subject in school”. My hypothesis for this particular question...
difficult for teachers to communicate with them. Nevertheless, teachers can exercise more patience and try to find the right ways to help to their students become more proficient in the language. There are a number of effective strategies for teaching ELLs. In this paper, I will write a lesson plan modification...
Get it Write!
Exercise your first grader's writing muscles! These activities put a fun spin on writing and grammar practice.
Table of Contents
Write Pen Pal Postcards Start a Personal Post Office Dictionary Treasure Hunt Write a Story From an Ant's Perspective Sight Word Jenga Write a Mixed Up Story...
The prompt is to be “loose”, that is the student can write on any subject that comes
to mind, tweaking the prompt to fit him/her.
The mode of the piece is narrative. This simply means a personal experience.
The maximum time to write is 30 minutes. When the student is finished, proceed
living today. Write an essay that identifies the
person and the advice you would give. Choose a fam
iliar subject so that you can provide details
and elaboration that explain why this person needs your advice.
In an essay, explain how disappointments can have a good side.
Write an essay explaining...
to introduce myself as your new pen panel. My name is Kesvani Rajeendran. I am 14 years old and in the 9th grade. When your teacher, Mr. Romasanta, told us we would be getting pen pals from a different country, I was very excited.
One thing I would love to learn about is your school. I am interested...
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101 Topics to Write About in Your Articles, Newsletters and Blogs
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Finding a topic to write about for your e-zine, blog post, or bylined article can cause a lot...