The Big Five
Types
Resources
Grades
Numbers
100
Punctuation, Spelling, Capitalization, etc.
What are Conventions?
100
Focuses of a sequence of events within a limited time frame
What is a Personal Narrative?
100
This is used for Brainstorming.
What is a Circle Map?
100
Adds an opening sentence telling Who? Did What? When?
Who is second grade?
100
One-third
What percentage of a student's writing proficiency does a teacher own by the end of second grade?
200
Clear, logical progression of ideas
What is Organization?
200
Focuses on a general category of factual information
What is Writing to Inform?
200
This is used to generate sentences in first grade
What is a Tree Map?
200
Draws a focused, detailed picture w/characters and setting
Who is Kindergarten?
200
one-fourth
What percentage of a student's writing proficiency does a teacher own by the end of third grade?
300
Presents an effective sequence of events
What is the Main Idea?
300
Focuses on sequence of fictional events
What is Imaginative Narrative Writing?
300
This is used to put events in order.
What is a Flow Map?
300
Uses a tree map for the first time
Who is first grade?
300
12
What is a passing score on the Fifth Grade Writing Proficiency?
400
Well-elaborated, specific, relevant
What are Supporting Details?
400
Focuses on statement or opinion w/supporting reasons
What is Writing to Explain Why?
400
This is used to evaluate student writing.
What is a Rubric?
400
Responsible for the basic narrative structure
Who is third grade?
400
20
What is a perfect score on the Fifth Grade Writing Proficiency?
500
Sentences are logically connected
What is Coherence?
500
Relates info thru sequence of steps to accomplish a goal
What is Writing to Tell How?
500
This is a combination of a Tree Map and Flow Map.
What is a "Flee" Map?
500
Uses dialogue to progress story or reveal character
Who are fourth and fifth grade?
500
3
How many days per week are in the WFTB process through the rough draft?
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