The Trait Crate(r) Grade 5: Picture Books, Model Lessons, and More to Teach Writing with the 6 Traits

The Trait Crate(r) Grade 5: Picture Books, Model Lessons, and More to Teach Writing with the 6 Traits

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By (author) Ruth Culham

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  • Publisher: Scholastic Teaching Resources
  • Format: General merchandise
  • Dimensions: 241mm x 330mm x 127mm | 2,722g
  • Publication date: 1 January 2007
  • Publication City/Country: New York, NY
  • ISBN 10: 0439687330
  • ISBN 13: 9780439687331
  • Sales rank: 230,279

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In this amazing kit, writing expert Ruth Culham gives you grade-perfect picture books with in-depth lessons to help you teach the traits of writing--ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions. The fifth-grade version includes - 6 picture books: Nothing Ever Happens on 90th Street; A. Lincoln and Me; Dear Mrs. LaRue; Blood & Gore Like You've Never Seen!; Black Cat; and Francine Fribble, Proofreading Policewoman - Six 16-page teaching guides, each with a step-by-step model lesson, graphic organizers, a scoring rubric, and extension activities; - 12 transparencies; and - 6 colorful teaching posters. Add to this Culham's best-selling professional book, Using Picture Books to Teach Writing With the Traits, and color-coded stickers, and you've got a complete resource for teaching with the traits. Best of all, these materials are organized in a sturdy box with hanging folders--one for each trait--for easy, expandable storage that will accommodate trait-based lesson materials for years to come. For use with Grade 5.

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Ruth Culham, Ed.D., is President of The Culham Writing Company and former Assessment Program Unit Manager at Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory in Portland, Oregon. As a pioneering researcher of the 6+1 TRAIT model, she conducts workshops, organizes national and international institutes, and writes extensively on writing assessment and instruction. Prior to joining NWREL, Ruth was English Teacher of the Year in Montana, a highlight of her 19-year teaching career. She is the author of 6+1 Traits of Writing: The Complete Guide, Grades 3 and Up, as well as many other trait-related teacher resources.