For the past 21 years, Empowering Writers’ has provided, award winning teacher resources that provide everything a teacher needs to be successful with their writing instruction. All of our comprehensive resources align with the required state standards. Whether in print or online, each comprehensive resource is designed with:
Getting Ready to Write guide is jam-packed with lessons that will prepare your youngest writers for narrative, expository/informative, and opinion writing, as well as age-appropriate research skills. This book focuses on awareness and understanding of story and of genre with age-appropriate lessons for your youngest authors.
Primary grade, ELL, and Special Ed students will benefit from the lessons and methodology of A Sentence A Day. In an engaging, fast-paced ten minutes a day, students learn how sentences are constructed, recognize the parts of simple sentences, while reinforcing the basic characteristics of story.
Reading, Writing, and Art Connections book contains 50 side-by-side lessons that parallel specific reading and writing skills to art, literature, and critical thinking. These resources bring the Getting Ready to Write K-1 Guide to life while providing differentiated instruction and a firm foundation for all Kindergarten students in reading and writing.
Expository & Opinion Writing Guides include all foundational expository and opinion writing skills, strategies, and lesson plans necessary for effective expository, opinion, and response to text writing. A strong reading-writing connection is established throughout, and offers multiple opportunities for deconstructing, analyzing and annotating texts in order to prepare students to write in response to them.
The Narrative Writing Guides include all of the foundational narrative writing skills and provides everything you need to be successful at teaching narrative, personal experience and response to text writing.
So much more than a rote skill and drill workbook, Editing, Revising, and More provides the comprehensive instruction that helps students understand the rules that make language work. Lessons are designed to specifically cover all 21st Century readiness and supporting standards. A Sentence A Day for Grade 2 – in an engaging, fast-paced ten minutes a day, students continue to learn how sentences are constructed, recognize the parts of simple sentences, parts of speech, grammar and punctuation, while reinforcing the basic characteristics of narrative and expository writing.
Part of our job as educators is to prepare students for the year end assessments. Our Writing Assessment Review Resources provide teachers with a comprehensive review of all of the skills necessary for success in the tested genre. The critical review material is delivered direct to students via video by an EW expert, then handed off to the classroom teacher for powerful guided practice experiences. Day-by-day, step-by-step lessons with clear objectives and procedures revisit all the key skills covered in the grade level and genre based EW Guides.
Expository Writing Guides were designed to provide everything you’ll need to teach expository and response to text writing and promotes a powerful reading/writing connection. These grade-level specific guides make planning and pacing instruction that much easier. Applying expository writing skills to the kinds of responsive writing challenges on the latest state assessments makes this resource exceedingly valuable. Anyone interested in meeting 21st century writing standards will want to have this new resource.
Comprehensive Argumentative Writing Guide takes the art of argumentative writing to new levels. This resource moves beyond applicable argumentative skills, offering authentic writing and research lessons designed to help students write in all curriculum areas. With everything from basic introductory lessons, to more sophisticated concepts such as audience awareness and learning how to cite sources through research, this guide provides a powerful foundation to enhance student learning.
The Narrative Writing Guides include all of the foundational narrative writing skills for generative writing and provides everything you need to be successful at applying these writing skills to personal experience narrative, literary extension tasks, and response to text writing required by today’s standards.
Editing, Revising, & More is a teacher-friendly resource that empowers writers through creative lessons and practical strategies that go beyond grammar to the elements of excellence that create expressive and confident writing. The book begins with revising skills and then moves into the much needed editing skills.
The Writing Assessment Review Resources provide teachers with a comprehensive review of all of the skills necessary for success in the tested genre. The critical review material is delivered direct to students via video by an EW expert, then handed off to the classroom teacher for powerful guided practice experiences. Day-by-day, step-by-step lessons with clear objectives and procedures revisit all the key skills covered in the grade level and genre based EW Guides.