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The 6 + 1 Traits of Writing: The Complete Guide: Grades 3 and Up [Paperback]

Ruth Culham
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Jan. 1 2003 Theory and Practice
Ideas, Organization, Voice, Word Choice, Sentence Fluency, Conventions, and Presentation. Look at good writing in any genre and you'll find these traits. This book--written by the leading authority on the 6 + 1 Traits of Writing model--contains all the tools you need to assess student writing for these traits and plan instruction. Includes detailed definitions of each trait, scoring guides, sample student papers with running commentary, and focus lessons.

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The 6+1 Traits of Writing model is used throughout the United States and the world. It has become a highly respected, essential tool for evaluating student writing and planning instruction.

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5.0 out of 5 stars New english teacher found this book invaluable April 18 2004
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I started teaching high school english this year and ordered this book because our district uses the 6 traits to asses the students' biannual writing tests. I decided I should teach them what they'd be tested on...
This book has really taught me a lot about using the traits. Each chapter is very in depth and has good examples. There are sample lesson plans and suggestions on ways to emphasize each of the traits.
I like the traits because it's a great way to break writing into manageable parts. I'm not just telling my students they got a "C" on a paper. Instead, I'm telling them they wrote a paper that has some strengths and some weaknesses. Further, I can tell them where the weaknesses are and what I think they should do to improve it.
But, maybe the best thing is that I am teaching them to score each other's papers and it guides their thinking and scoring. There's a companion book of worksheets and other reproducibles that is almost a must have because it includes rubrics and scoring sheets for students to use.
My only wish is that there was a separate book for secondary students. The standards for writing are different. But, even still, this book does cover secondary teaching and I find it very useful.
I highly recommend this book if you want to teach your students to be better writers.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Must-Have for Educators Teaching the 6 Traits Oct. 24 2003
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I am a Language Arts Specialist who teaches writing and language at the elementary level. When our district adopted the 6 Trait Writing/Scoring process this year, many teachers were skeptical and confused. This book clears it all up! Not only does it break down each trait (explaining what it is and why it is important), but it gives lots of examples of lessons that can be used to teach each trait. The book also includes sample student papers for you to score using a provided 6 Trait scoring guide. You can then flip the page to see what how the authors would score that paper and why. This is a wonderful book, and a must-have for any educator using the 6 Traits. After seeing my copy, I convinced my principal to buy 7 additional copies for the school (amazon.com must love me)!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent resource June 11 2003
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Ruth Culham's text is easy to use, clear and concise, and certainly a companion volume to Vicki Spandel's book. I have used it to teach graduate courses in writing and teachers like it very much.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Trust No Other Guide June 9 2003
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Without question, this is the most complete, dependable book on teaching writing according to the traits. It's made a real difference in the way I assess, teach, and talk about writing to my students, as well as the way they talk about writing to one another. Most important, my students enjoy writing. They see value in it. And it shows in their finished products. Thank you Ruth Culham for creating such a useful, well-researched, well-written tool.
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