Writing Strands: Level 6 (Grade 10)

Writing Strands: Level 6 (Grade 10)

Publisher: New Leaf Press/Master Bks
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$17.50
Tenth Grade, age 17, or any age after completing Level 5

This book is for students who have finished Writing Strands 5 or new students who are 17 years old. Assignments are directed to the student. The book takes one full school year to complete and focuses on advanced skills such as recognizing and using persuasive language, writing reports, and developing character and conflict in creative pieces.

Sample Pages

Scope and Sequence:

1. Body Control Creating character traits that readers can recognize
2. If I Were a... Considering different experiences and organizing a report to help readers understand information
3. Conflict Learning about and creating conflict in fiction
4. Point of View Learning the point of view options and explaining them in exposition
5. Survey Writing and taking surveys
6. Report Learning the importance of forces in conflict by describing how they are created
7. Disorder Writing reports based on personal observations
8. Interview with a Character Writing and conducting an interview
9. Who Me? Recognizing and creating both stock and fully developed characters
10. Choices of Action Showing readers how a character makes a decision
11. Problems Creating believable character actions in an argument
12. Writing Letters Phrasing and formatting business letters

ISBN: 9781888344066

Book Title Writing Strands: Level 6 (Grade 10)
Publisher: New Leaf Press/Master Bks
Tenth Grade, age 17, or any age after completing Level 5

This book is for students who have finished Writing Strands 5 or new students who are 17 years old. Assignments are directed to the student. The book takes one full school year to complete and focuses on advanced skills such as recognizing and using persuasive language, writing reports, and developing character and conflict in creative pieces.

Sample Pages

Scope and Sequence:

1. Body Control Creating character traits that readers can recognize
2. If I Were a... Considering different experiences and organizing a report to help readers understand information
3. Conflict Learning about and creating conflict in fiction
4. Point of View Learning the point of view options and explaining them in exposition
5. Survey Writing and taking surveys
6. Report Learning the importance of forces in conflict by describing how they are created
7. Disorder Writing reports based on personal observations
8. Interview with a Character Writing and conducting an interview
9. Who Me? Recognizing and creating both stock and fully developed characters
10. Choices of Action Showing readers how a character makes a decision
11. Problems Creating believable character actions in an argument
12. Writing Letters Phrasing and formatting business letters

ISBN: 9781888344066