Free Writing Curriculum Samples - Free Sample Lessons

Want to bypass all the blah-blah-blah and get your hands on real lessons? The first two lessons for each level are free for you to teach your student. The Instruction (lesson plan), Daily Schedule, Worksheets (WS) and Teacher Presentation Pages (TP) are designed to work together.

First, click on the link below to download, print and read: How to Teach Writing with The Write Foundation. Then, click on the links below to download and print free sample lessons.

excited about learningSample Lessons- Creating Sentences

Lesson 1:Instruction - Worksheets -

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Lesson 2:Instruction - Worksheets -

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Daily Schedule: See Lesson 1 and Lesson 2 instructions

Curriculum Syllabus

Sample Lessons - Sentence to Paragraph Writing

Lesson 1:Instruction - Worksheets - Student Independent Work

Interactive Digital Teacher Presentations

Lesson 2:Instruction - Worksheets - Student Independent Work

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Daily Schedule:1 Week Plan - 2 Week Plan

Curriculum Syllabus

Sample Lessons - Paragraph Writing

Lesson 1:Instruction - Worksheets - Student Independent Work

Interactive Digital Teacher Presentations

Lesson 2:Instruction - Worksheets - Student Independent Work

Interactive Digital Teacher Presentations

Daily Schedule:1 Week Plan - 2 Week Plan

Curriculum Syllabus

Sample Lessons - Essay Writing

Lesson 1:Instruction - Worksheets - Student Independent Work

Interactive Digital Teacher Presentations

Lesson 2:Instruction - Worksheets - Student Independent Work

Interactive Digital Teacher Presentations

Daily Schedule:1 Week Plan - 2 Week Plan

Curriculum Syllabus

The process is always the same so the student knows what to expect and how to go about it. By having them repeat the process each and every time, you reinforce the necessary steps in the writing process. They soon become second nature. The speech my daughter needed to write (for another course) was frustrating her because she didn't know what to write. I pulled out the forms from her (writing) book and told her to just fill them in. She did and had her speech written in under an hour! The pressure was lifted because she could fill in the outline and work from there but the blank page was just too intimidating. Renita, Crazy Home Daze Blog

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