Are your students struggling to use evidence in their writing?  Are you preparing for a state writing test, such as MACS or FSA Writes?  Whether you are teaching DBQs or paired passages, teachers can use the TEACH method to break down the writing process.  The TEACH acronym is easy to remember, and with some practice students can really improve their evidence-based writing.  An outlining freebie is included in the blog post.

Teaching Tips from Amy Mezni

Are your students struggling to use evidence in their writing? Are you preparing for a state writing test, such as MACS or FSA Writes? Whether you are teaching DBQs or paired passages, teachers can use the TEACH method to break down the writing process. The TEACH acronym is easy to remember, and with some practice students can really improve their evidence-based writing. An outlining freebie is included in the blog post.

Are you looking for a simple way to review for the state test? Included in this freebie are 6 articles and 3 writing prompts to properly prepare your students for the rigor of writing on demand!   This freebie can be used for homework, small group work, or just classwork. All you have to do it print it and pass it out- all the hard work is done for you!

Are you looking for a simple way to review for the state test? Included in this freebie are 6 articles and 3 writing prompts to properly prepare your students for the rigor of writing on demand! This freebie can be used for homework, small group work, or just classwork. All you have to do it print it and pass it out- all the hard work is done for you!

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