Use Students' Lives and Interests to Fuel Their Writing
Think about a time when being different worked positively in your favor. Government Tactics—Which is more important: principles or safety? Thanksgiving—Should we continue to celebrate it? When does a current event become history? The Weekly Writing Prompts books seek to support high school students by furthering their critical thinking and college writing skills.
- Weekly prompts synced to the calendar and the events of a high school year
- Argumentative, informational/explanatory, and narrative writing prompts
- Writing-response based rubrics and graphic organizers
- Tiered keyword list
- Checklist for writing (Book II requires students to select prompt-appropriate elements.)
- Space for brainstorming and organizing
- Forward features three rubrics (argumentative, informational/explanatory, and narrative) and reproducible graphic organizers
- Includes a Purpose, Scope, and Organization page
- Concludes with Common Core State Standards alignment pages
Set includes one of each of the following books:
- Weekly Writing Prompts for the English Language Arts Classroom Book I Teacher's Edition (Grades 9–10)
- Weekly Writing Prompts for the English Language Arts Classroom Book II Teacher's Edition (Grades 11–12)
©2017. High school, Grades 9–12. Reproducible. 58 pages.
Book Downloads: PDF. Adobe® Reader® required to view PDF.
Print Books: Spiral-bound. 8 x 11 inches.