Writing Anchor Charts for Middle School- Editable!

Writing Anchor Charts for Middle School- Editable!

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Writing Anchor Charts are perfect to use during your writer’s workshop. These charts were thoughtfully created to go along with my Step-By-Step Writing Program and can be used as Posters, Wall Displays, in Student Notebooks, projected on a Smart Board or sent to students digitally. They are for teaching essay writing especially since they are in the order that I found most effective in teaching the writing process.

 

These interactive pages go hand-in-hand with the INTERACTIVE WRITING PAGES.

Purchase BOTH (Interactive Writing Pages AND Writing Anchor Charts) in a discounted bundle!

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You will find anchor charts for:

1. Narrative Writing

2. Argumentative Writing

3. Informative Writing

4. Language Skills (for editing)

★★ There is a smaller version for students’ writing notebooks!

★★ There are directions to print LARGE-SIZE POSTERS with a how-to video link!

★★ It is editable! Do you want to change some wording? No problem! There is a Powerpoint and PDF version that can be edited!

See the preview!

The Anchor Charts include the following. You will see that some are repeated in each type of writing. I either tweaked them for that type of writing, or kept them there because it was necessary for the writing process. That way you could go to the type of writing and use the charts in order. Easy peasy!

Narrative:

Narrative Writing Elements

Prewriting

Task

Purpose

Audience

Graphic Organizer

Theme

Plot

Introduction – Narrative

Body- Narrative

Power of 3

Character Traits

Dialogue

Conclusions

Rough Draft

DARE to Revise

Transition Words- Clauses/Phrases

Rockin Beginnings

Million Dollar Words

Sentence Variety

Jammin Conclusion

Crafty title

CUPS

Peer Reflection

Final Copy

Argumentative:

What is an Argumentative Essay?

Strategies: Warrants and Rebuttals

5 Types of Claims

Argumentative Writing Elements

Prewriting

Graphic Organizer

Task

Purpose

Audience

Formal Style

Introduction – Argumentative

Argumentative Words and Phrases

Plagiarism

Sources

Credible Sources

Note Taking

Types of Evidence

Titles

Body

Power of 3

Strengthen Argument

Conclusions

Rough Draft

DARE to Revise

Transition Words- Clauses/Phrases

Rockin Beginnings

Key Words and Phrases

Sentence Variety

Jammin Conclusion

Crafty title

CUPS

Peer Reflection

Final Copy

Informative Writing:

Informative Writing Elements

Prewriting

Graphic Organizer

Task

Purpose

Audience

Formal Style

Organization

Organization Structures

Introduction – Informative

Plagiarism

Sources

Credible Sources

Note Taking

Titles

Body

Power of 3

Types of Evidence

Conclusions

Rough Draft

DARE to Revise

Transition Words- Clauses/Phrases

Rockin Beginnings

Key Words and Phrases

Sentence Variety

Jammin Conclusion

Crafty title

CUPS

Graphics

Heading/Caption/Labels

Peer Reflection

Final Copy

Table of Contents

Glossary

CUPS- Language Skills for Editing

Capitalization

Titles

Usage

Usage- Subject-Verb

Usage- Complete Sentences

Usage-Verb Forms and Tenses

Usage- Proper Case Pronouns

Usage- Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns

Usage- Vague and Ambiguous Pronouns

Usage- Inappropriate Shifts in Pronouns

Usage- Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers

Usage- Active Vs Passive Voice

Usage- Mood in Verbs

Punctuation

Punctuation- Commas

Punctuation- Quotation Marks

Punctuation- Apostrophes

Punctuation- Dashes

Punctuation- Parentheses

Punctuation- Coordinating Adjectives

Punctuation- Ellipses

Spelling

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