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Narrative Writing Guide for Grades 7/8

Select this guide if the focus of your writing instruction is predominately narrative writing. The resource provides everything you need to be successful at teaching your students how to generate narrative, personal experience and response to text writing through the foundational writing skills. 

In addition, this guide includes the Literacy Launch.  Designed to bring the importance of the reading writing connection to the forefront before launching into the necessary writing skills. This instruction addresses author's purpose and annotation and analysis of informational & opinion text for building students' an awareness of the genre.

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Informational Writing Guide for Grade 7

Select this guide if the focus of your writing instruction is predominately informational writing. All foundational informational writing skills are applied to not only essays and reports, but become the backbone for the more challenging response to text tasks.

In addition, this guide includes the Literacy Launch.  Designed to bring the importance of the reading writing connection to the forefront before launching into the necessary writing skills. This instruction addresses author's purpose and annotation and analysis of narrative texts for building students' an awareness of the genre.