On Mondays this year, I’m sharing some of these resources and providing ideas for how they might be used in the classroom. Today, I’m going to focus on the Video Mini-lessons and Interactive Teaching Tools , which you can access by clicking on the Nonfiction Writing Resources icon. They delve into such nonfiction topics as text structures, text features, rich language, and voice. There's is also an interactive teaching tool consisting of google slides and audio files that describe key steps of the nonfiction writing process as well as an interactive timeline with videos that explain the nonfiction writing process AND downloadable manuscripts that show how the text changed over time.
I hope you’ll take a look at these resources and incorporate them into your writing instruction.