By Karen Blanchard, Sue Peterson, Dorothy Zemach
From fluency and language use to academic and social writing, Writing Power
brings multiple writing skills together to give students practical skills for many different situations. Units are created around a central topic or theme, guiding students through the complete writing process.
- Writing Power Blog supports and supplements in-class practice. Teachers can log on and set up a private class blog. Students can post writing assignments and communicate with classmates.
- Flexible structure allows teachers to concurrently assign work from various sections.
- Exercises targeting both accuracy and fluency give students the ability to express themselves in effective and interesting ways.
- Writing tasks at the end of each unit encourage students to synthesize all the skills they have learned.
- An online Teacher’s Guide contains the answer key, a rationale for the approach taken, suggestions for using the textbook in class, and a sample syllabus.