Mentor sentences

Improve your writing skills with these effective mentor sentence examples. Discover how mentor sentences can help you develop your writing style and enhance your overall writing ability.
Here is the beginning of the Mastering Mentor Sentences Series with Collaboration Cuties !      I told you about the book Dandelions  last w... English, Writing Mini Lessons, 5th Grade Writing, Writing Strategies, 2nd Grade Writing, Mentor Sentences, Writing Lessons, Fourth Grade Writing, 3rd Grade Writing

Here is the beginning of the Mastering Mentor Sentences Series with Collaboration Cuties! I told you about the book Dandelions last week in this post about mentor texts. As I mentioned, I use the book for reading and writing, with social studies integration, too… and I’m here to tell you I also used it for my […]

Mary Ellen
Classroom Weekly Schedule, Bellwork Ideas Middle School, Teaching Middle School English, Middle School English Classroom, Middle School Ela Classroom, Mentor Sentences, 8th Grade Ela, 3rd Grade Writing, 4th Grade Writing

I recently just finished my first set of Middle School Mentor Sentences to teach grammar. As I’ve started talking about and posting about Mentor Sentences, I’ve realized that most teachers fall into the following categories when it comes to implementing mentor sentences: I have no idea what mentor sentences are, but I am intrigued now. I ... Read more

Leslie Truman
Ideas, Anchor Charts, English, Middle School Writing, Grammar Instruction, Mentor Sentences, Teaching Grammar, Writing Strategies, Teaching Writing

Hey there! A while back I posted about how I use mentor sentences in my classroom as a bridge between grammar and writing. If you missed that post, you can click HERE to read it. I will move forward from here assuming you know my background and have read the post, that way I'm not repeating myself to those that have already read it. :O) *We have created a starter pack if you are interested in trying these mentor sentences in your classroom. Click here to go to our store. Jessica (from Ideas…

Elizabeth Cobas
Putting the Spotlight on Mentor Sentences- this blog post includes a FREEBIE! Middle School Writing, Humour, Amigurumi Patterns, Teaching Grammar, Grammar Lessons, Grammar Skills, Teaching Writing, Teaching Reading, Teaching Language Arts

How many of you are familiar with this routine??? You teach a grammar lesson, on verbs, let’s say. You create an anchor chart and discuss different examples. Students complete a worksheet, in which they circle or underline the verbs. They even complete a homework assignment to further practice identifying verbs. At the end of the week or unit, they take a quiz on verbs, and pass with flying colors. Then, the next week you ask them to identify the verb in a sentence, and you get blank stares…

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections