Writing Process Timeline Banner

Item: 154454

$ 5.69
Item #:  154454
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Large Banner Provides A Step-By-Step Guide To The Writing Process


Having these five steps handy will help students each time they work through the writing process. This banner also presents a great opportunity to analyze each step with the class and review what they can do to improve their writing.

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Develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach.
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  • 39" by 12", laminated
  • Really Good Stuff® Activity Guide

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5 Star
5.0 (based on 3 reviews)

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Reviewed by 3 Customers
5 Stars

Terrific product

good to give an overall picture
9/30/2011
By JoJo from Ocala, FL
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4 Stars

Quick and easy reference

Looks great on the wall and helps students remember the writing process.
8/21/2011
By 4th grade teacher from Eastampton, NJ
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5 Stars

Great for all grade levels

I have purchased the Writing Process Timeline Banner for use in my own 4th and 5th grade classes, and have purchased it as a gift for other teachers. It can also be used to monitor individual student progress by using magnets, name cards, or clothespins! This coordinates well with the 4 pocket writing folders. We are using the writing folders schoolwide to implement "Write from the Beginning". These are fabulous tools at a low price that can be used year-round to reinforce the writing process.
3/24/2011
By Coach Mimi from , LO
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