Anyone who can write competently can teach writing to teens and adults, but some people lack the audacity to try unless they have some tangible product to start them off or back them up.
These materials can help you get started and keep going as a writing teacher.
PenPrompts Collections are packages of formal writing prompts designed to teach expository nonfiction writing while teaching other course-specific content.
Each collection consists of four digital products:
The students' material for each prompt is a self-contained writing lesson The giving students everything they need to start their writing project without having to ask you for help, including:
The prompts in each collection are ready-to-go. Just fill in the due date and the writing prompt is ready for students' use.
For each writing prompt, PenPrompts Collections provides a learning standards chart that shows where the prompt aligns with the so-called "Bloom's Revised Taxonomy" and with the Common Core State Standards.
Teacher material may also include resources, teaching tips, and suggested class activities.
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