Thursday, August 14, 2014

Second Grade Interactive Notebook- Finally ready!

I have been working and working and working on this second grade bundle.  OVER 400 PAGES!  I had a few customers who teach 2nd grade who kept looking at my other grade writing bundles and asked if I would do a 2nd grade one.  Whew!  I can now breathe and I am so happy to have it uploaded and ready for BACK TO SCHOOL!  I will give a description but first I want to let you know that it is 50% off until Friday- Aug.15th and 10 pm!  No lie!





My other grades have been best sellers on TPT. Now there is one for 2nd grade! It has hyperlinks to easily maneuver through the large document!

This year-long unit (407 pages) was designed to follow through the WRITING PROCESS and model lessons for Narrative Writing, Opinion Writing, and Informative Writing. It covers ALL of the Writing Common Core Standards and many Language Standards as well as essay writing. 

What is different about my product than other interactive writing notebooks?
There are teachable slides that can be used on the smart board or printed for posters, as well as student printables WITH STANDARDS to go along with each mini lesson. 

In addition to the multitude of lessons, you will find independent practice, model writing, assessments, student resources, graphic organizers, tracking charts, forms, rubrics, dictionaries, labels, homework assignments, etc etc. 

Getting Ready
Preparations
Setting Up Notebooks
Student Resources
Million Dollar Dictionary
Mini Lesson Instructions
Decorating notebook 
Portfolio Labels
Portfolio Message to Parents
Quick Notebook Check Rubric
Tracking Progress Form
Presentation Cards
Writing Workshop Rules

Developing ideas 
(Lesson plans, instruction posters 
and notebook printables)

Paragraph Writing Lessons
(Lesson Plans, Instruction Posters, Notebook 
printables, and Independent printable for each)
A. Subject and Predicates
B. Fragments
C. Complete Sentences
D. Topic Sentences
E. Relevant Details
F. Clincher
G. Assessment
H. Hamburger Model

Writing Process 
(Lesson plans, Posters and notebook printables)

Narrative Writing
(A sample is provided to model and follow through the writing process)
A. Lesson Plans
B. Narrative Elements
C. Narrative Writing CCSS Checklist
D. Prewriting
E. Brainstorming
F. Prewriting- Graphic Organizers 
G. Introduction (Character, Setting, Plot)
H. Body (Power of 3, Suspense, Climax)
I. Character Traits
J. Dialogue
K. Conclusions
L. Rough Draft
M. Writing Goal Form
N. DARE to revise (Delete, Add, Rearrange, Exchange) 
(more lessons on rockin beginnings, transition words, Million 
Dollar Words using money CLIPS (Colorful Adjectives, Lively 
Figurative Language, Ideal Adverbs, Powerful Verbs, Sizzling 
Sense Words) including bulletin board posters, trashcan 
words, sentence variety, jammin conclusion, crafty title) 
O. CUPS 
(lessons on capitalization, usage, complete 
sentences, punctuation, spelling), ASSESSMENT
P. Peer Reflection and form
Q. Final Copy
R. Samples of final copy paper
s. Rubric
T. Reflection Form
U. Homework/Classwork Printables

Opinion Writing 272-331
(A sample is provided to model and follow through the writing process)
A. Lesson Plans
B. Opinion Elements
C. Opinion Writing CCSS Checklist
D. Prewriting
E. Brainstorming
F. Graphic Organizer
G. Strengthen Opinions
H. Introduction 
I. Body (Power of 3, facts and details)
J. Conclusions
K. Rough Draft
L. Writing Goal Form
M. Revisions (lessons on rockin beginnings, 
supporting details, transition words, 
sentence variety, jammin conclusions, craft 
title)
N. CUPS (Revisit capitals, usage, punctuation, spelling)
O. Peer Reflection 
P. Final Copy 
Q. Rubric
R. Reflection Form
S. Homework/Classwork Printables

Informative Writing
(A sample is provided to model and follow through the writing process)
A. Lesson Plans
B. Informative Elements
C. Informative Writing CCSS Checklist
D. Assignment
E. Prewriting
F. Prewriting- Brainstorming
G. Graphic Organizer
H. Organization
I. Plagiarism, Taking Notes 
and Citing Sources with forms
J. Introduction 
K. Body (Power of 3, vocabulary)
L. Conclusions
M. Rough Draft
N. Writing Goal Form 
O Revisions (lessons on rockin beginnings,
supporting details, transition words, 
sentence variety, jammin conclusions, craft 
title)
P. CUPS (Revisit capitals, usage, punctuation, spelling)
Q. Graphics/Headings/Captions
R. Peer Reflection
S- Final Copy and Template
T- Glossary/Source/Table of Contents
U- Rubric
V. Reflection
W. Homework/Classwork Printables
More Practice/ Choice Assignment/Homework

Look no further! It is all here! If you are a new teacher, this resource is perfect. It is STEP by STEP and TEACHER-friendly. Instructions on how to teach the skills are included too!

CCSS: 
W.1, W.1.a, W.1.b, W.1.c, W.1.d, 
W.2, W.2.a, W.2.b, W.2.c, W.2.d
W.3, W.3.a, W.3.b, W.3.c, W.3.d, W.3.e, 
W.4, W.5, W.6, W.7, W.8, W.9, W.10
L.1, L.2, L.3

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