Ch 8: Writing Process for Elementary School

About This Chapter

Make writing easy and fun for your students by incorporating this resource into your English language arts classroom instruction. Worksheets provide practice, while short video and text lessons present the information in a bright, lively way.

Writing Process for Elementary School - Chapter Summary

You will find that this resource can fit very well into your classroom instruction as an augmentation of your regular program, help with homework or as an additional tool for test preparation. Delightfully illustrated videos and well-written texts make learning to use the writing process enjoyable, so your students can work through the lessons without becoming bored or frustrated. You can use the worksheets as reinforcement tools, and the lesson quizzes and chapter tests will help you check your students' retention and comprehension of the material.

Who It's For

Kids who need extra help with writing will benefit from the lessons in this chapter. There's no faster or easier way to learn about the writing process.

  • Students who have fallen behind in understanding the steps of the writing process
  • Students with learning disabilities or who need a little extra help learning about the writing process
  • Students who prefer multiple ways of learning writing (visual or auditory)
  • Students who have missed class and need to catch up
  • Students who need an efficient and convenient way to learn about the writing process
  • Students who struggle to understand their English language arts teachers
  • Students who attend schools without extra English language arts resources

How It Works

  • Find lessons in the chapter that cover writing topics your student needs to learn or review.
  • Press play and watch the video lesson with your student.
  • Refer to the video transcripts to reinforce learning about writing.
  • Test your student's understanding of each lesson with short quizzes.
  • Verify your student understands the writing process by completing the Writing Process for Elementary School chapter exam.

12 Lessons in Chapter 8: Writing Process for Elementary School
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
The Writing Process Lesson for Kids

1. The Writing Process Lesson for Kids

In this lesson, you will learn some helpful ways to use the writing process. This process can make writing easier for you. It can also improve the quality of what you write.

Essay Writing: Lesson for Kids

2. Essay Writing: Lesson for Kids

A basic essay consists of five paragraphs: the introduction, three body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Learn to write an essay with three simple steps, and discover important concepts such as thesis and brainstorming.

How to Write a Biography: Lesson for Kids

3. How to Write a Biography: Lesson for Kids

A biography is a piece of writing that tells the true story of another person's life. In this lesson, we will learn how to write a biography using facts about a famous person.

How to Write a Summary: Lesson for Kids

4. How to Write a Summary: Lesson for Kids

Did you ever need to tell someone a story but didn't have the time to go through all the small details? If so, you were in need of a summary! In this lesson, we'll discuss summaries.

Primary Sources: Lesson for Kids

5. Primary Sources: Lesson for Kids

Have you ever wondered where all the information in your history book comes from? In this lesson, you'll learn what primary sources are, explore the different types and discover how they can provide us with clues to the past.

How to Write a Book Report: Lesson for Kids

6. How to Write a Book Report: Lesson for Kids

Book reports are often assigned in school. In this lesson, you will learn about the main elements of a book report and read examples of some of these elements.

Topic Sentences Lesson for Kids: Writing & Examples

7. Topic Sentences Lesson for Kids: Writing & Examples

Starting a new paragraph can be hard, but it's easier if you know how to craft a topic sentence. In this lesson, you'll learn the parts of a topic sentence as well as how to identify and write topic sentences.

Writing a Compare & Contrast Essay: Lesson for Kids

8. Writing a Compare & Contrast Essay: Lesson for Kids

When you have to create a compare and contrast essay, it may sound like a lot of work. But it doesn't have to be, as long as you understand what ~'compare~' and ~'contrast~' mean and follow some of these basic steps.

Expository Writing Lesson for Kids: Definition & Examples

9. Expository Writing Lesson for Kids: Definition & Examples

Have you ever wanted to be a teacher? You can get practice teaching others when you do expository writing! In this lesson, we'll look at the structure of expository writing as well as some examples.

Difference Between Fact & Opinion: Lesson for Kids

10. Difference Between Fact & Opinion: Lesson for Kids

Pizza is a type of food. Pizza is the best food. Although these two sentences are about the same topic, they are very different--one is fact and the other is opinion. In this lesson, you will learn about the difference between a fact and an opinion.

Persuasive Writing Lesson for Kids: Techniques & Examples

11. Persuasive Writing Lesson for Kids: Techniques & Examples

Persuasive writing is a way to get other people to believe something that you believe in. In this lesson, we'll look at strong persuasive writing strategies. Your goal is to learn how to try and convince others in your writing!

Narrative Writing Lesson for Kids: Structure & Examples

12. Narrative Writing Lesson for Kids: Structure & Examples

Have you ever heard someone tell a story that left you hanging on the edge of your seat? In this lesson, we'll talk about narrative writing, or storytelling, and how you can make your stories capture a reader and keep them reading until the end!

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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