Daily Paragraph Editing, Grade 7

Daily Paragraph Editing grade 7 provides 36 weeks of frequent, focused language practice to help your seventh graders learn the conventions of standard English grammar and usage. The concise daily activities are ideal warm-up exercises to begin your language arts block and are adaptable for small-group and whole-class instruction. How it works: students apply grade-level language skills to correct a paragraph on Monday through Thursday; when read together, the four paragraphs form a cohesive composition. A writing prompt on Friday relates to the weeks four-paragraph composition and gives students the chance to apply the targeted language conventions. The weekly compositions cover a broad range of expository and narrative writing forms

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3 Comments

  1. Great way to start the class Interconnected nonfiction entries that require students to be aware of rules and conventions about such standard matters as capitalization, use of possessive apostrophe, and commonly misspelled words. Good rigorous work that builds writers’ confidence.

  2. Good exercises My eleven-year-old finds these more challenging than typical fill in the blank exercises, which she mostly gets correct. These passages have ‘sneaky’ more subtle mistakes, and thus lots of good learning opportunities.

  3. wonderful book! Love the way it’s set up for daily writing, followed by a related writing prompt. Great tool, using it all year, has improved my students writing!

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