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Focus Trait: ORGANIZATION Support Trait: WORD CHOICE

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Who's to Blame Stories

sequencing a story while talking about
cause and effect

The creativity of author Rosetta Stone (Dr. Seuss) is inspiring student writers to try new techniques with the traits of organization and idea development.

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Student Sample Being Sought: Early Elementary

WritingFix is currently seeking a K-3rd grade student's sample from this writing assignment that can be featured in this space. Submitted student work must show evidence of revision, editing, and the final draft must be typed and sent through e-mail. Teachers: if you can help us obtain up to three student samples, along with a digital photo of the students and a signed permission slips, we will send you either a complimentary copy of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Elementary Writing Guide, or you may choose from any of our NNWP publications. Writing created as a class or in student groups is always acceptable.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and write "Because a Little Bug Went Ka-CHOO! " in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.


Student Sample Being Sought: Upper Elementary

WritingFix is currently seeking a 4th-6th grade student's sample from this writing assignment that can be featured in this space. Submitted student work must show evidence of revision, editing, and the final draft must be typed and sent through e-mail. Teachers: if you can help us obtain up to three student samples, along with a digital photo of the students and a signed permission slips, we will send you either a complimentary copy of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Elementary Writing Guide, or you may choose from any of our NNWP publications.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and write "Because a Little Bug Went Ka-CHOO! " in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.


Student Sample Being Sought: Middle School

WritingFix is currently seeking a 7th or 8th grade student's sample from this writing assignment that can be featured in this space. Submitted student work must show evidence of revision, editing, and the final draft must be typed and sent through e-mail. Teachers: if you can help us obtain up to three student samples, along with a digital photo of the students and a signed permission slips, we will send you either a complimentary copy of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Secondary Writing Guide, or you may choose from any of our NNWP publications.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and write "Because a Little Bug Went Ka-CHOO! " in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.


Student Sample Being Sought: High School

WritingFix is currently seeking a 9th - 12th grade student's sample from this writing assignment that can be featured in this space. Submitted student work must show evidence of revision, editing, and the final draft must be typed and sent through e-mail. Teachers: if you can help us obtain up to three student samples, along with a digital photo of the students and a signed permission slips, we will send you either a complimentary copy of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Secondary Writing Guide, or you may choose from any of our NNWP publications.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and write "Because a Little Bug Went Ka-CHOO! " in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.

 


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