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  • 1. The Write Idea Global History and Geography
  • 2. Building Writing Skills
    • Unlocking writer’s block
    • Starting on the right foot
    • Organizing thoughts: pre-writing strategies
      • Thematic Essays
      • DBQs
    • Understanding expectations
    • Getting more from reluctant writers
  • 3. Unlocking Writer’s Block
    • The Brain Storm
      • Students write on a topic for five minutes.
      • Thoughts, questions, anything related that comes into their minds
      • Share
    • Word Lists
      • Students write paragraphs using specific terms from provided lists
    • Creative Solutions
  • 4. Starting on the Right Foot
    • Thesis Statements: How to move beyond restating the question
    • Introductory Paragraphs
  • 5. Organizing Thoughts: Prewriting Strategies
    • Thematic Essays
    • DBQs
  • 6. Thematic Essays
    • Breaking down the parts of the question
    • Webbing
    • Blocking
    • Bulleting
  • 7. DBQs
    • Breaking down the parts of the question
    • Brainstorming first for outside information
    • Using documents to address tasks
    • Putting it all together
    • Starting small: Introducing the new Mini
  • 8. Understanding Expectations
    • Breaking down the rubric
    • Making students scorers
    • Self evaluation and peer evaluation
  • 9. Getting More From Reluctant Writers
    • Writing from graphic organizers and illustrations
    • Group writing
    • Cartooning
    • Creating primary sources
    • Using other types of media as forms of writing

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