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We are everyday teachers. We are passionate about empowering educators with a framework for teaching reading, speaking, and writing.
We are everyday teachers. We are passionate about empowering educators with a framework for teaching reading, speaking, and writing.

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As we've been discussing for weeks, our FREE LTA Toolkit includes these key argument writing resources:
1. Writing process
2. Lesson planning tools
3. Persuasive appeals organizer
4. Argument plan/outline
5. Claims and evidence worksheet
6. Transitional words for constructing arguments
7. Argument rubrics
8. Argument writing Self-evaluation checklists
9. Writing samples

Get your school year started off right with our FREE Toolkit today!
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In addition to key resources for teaching argument writing, our FREE LTA Toolkit includes sample assessments for measuring students' abilities to comprehend text and identify textual details:
1. 4 sample assessments grades 2-12
2. Use LiteracyTA's Marking ToolTM question type to measure what students truly know
3. Unique student accounts for the LTA Classroom
4. Students can access a digital literacy handbook, classes, assessments, resources and more.

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In addition to key resources for teaching argument writing, our FREE Toolkit includes these key resources for teaching comprehension reading skills:
1. Graphic organizers to help summarize main ideas and key details
2. Sentence starters for paraphrasing main ideas
3. Verb lists to help accurately explain what a text says explicitly
4. Lesson planning tools
5. A rubric for assessing summary skills (in English and Spanish)

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Back to school time. Let us help you help your students (for free!). Sign up for our FREE Teacher Toolkit today. Free resources for teaching reading, speaking and writing!
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Last summer, we introduced the FREE Teacher Toolkit. Over the year, we've added so much to this awesome feature including an assessment tool (a few free assessments included with our free version) and a snazzy new dashboard. Check it out and sign up today!
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We believe that young writers need to understand how important their words are. They need to be intelligent about their writing. The goal for my students is to write clear and informed arguments. Is this one of your goals? We can help!
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We must explicitly teach students how to use verbs and adverbs and teach aspects of metadiscourse (also called meta-language and meta-linguistics depending on the discipline) so that they can learn to use language to develop their own voice. Let us help you with our FREE Teacher Toolkit today!
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I always tell my students, "The difference between a good writer and a great writer comes down to the use of verbs and adverbs."
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Beyond complete sentences and sentence variety, the words students use and don’t use make a tremendous impact on their effectiveness as writers. Language is essential to good writing and forming strong arguments. Let us help you teach with our FREE Teacher Toolkit!
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