100 Greatest Children's Books Link
Six Word Memoir
Six-Word Memoir Samples
Grayslake Public Library Link
COMPARE AND CONTRAST ESSAY
Remember our Letter Writing Format for a Friendly Letter
6 Genres of Writing
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE NOTES
Tuck Everlasting Digital Notebook
Tuck Everlasting Socratic Seminar
Historical Fiction Remembers Ellis Island
Remembering How to Punctuate Dialogue
HOW TO WRITE A LETTER
Chapter One English: Sentence Notes
Chapter Two English: Writing a Compare/Contrast Essay
Acrostic Student Sample
Dramatic Monologue Student Sample
Free Verse Poetry
Concrete Poetry Student Sample
LITERATURE CIRCLES MATERIALS
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