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This week, Education World presents five letter-writing lessons that are sure to get your stamp of approval! Click on each of the lesson headlines below for a complete teaching resource. (Appropriate grades for each lesson appear in parentheses.)

Check out , February's Writing Lesson of the Month!

Here is an example of how you might conduct an effective writing lesson.

Welcome toWriting Lesson of the Month Network

Writing lesson plans acknowledge and respect that every emerging writer is different and may require different amounts of time or support at each stage.

Writing Lesson Plans - The Teacher's Corner

I actually have been posting two lessons a month: a writing lesson of the month and a writer's notebook idea of the month. The main lessons of the month from the past can all be accessed below. The past writer's notebook lessons can all be located at my .

Writing lesson #2: Proofread before you publish, e.g. “lession” in your header. 😉
These writing lessons and activities will allow the young authors in your classroom to shine!

Writing A-Z - Online Writing Lessons and Materials

The writing lessons provide a logical and natural sequence for emerging writers as they move from single pictures with one-word labels to compositions that include sentences with more complex language structures.

A brilliant bank of writing lesson plans, worksheets and teaching ideas from our expert authors.

Writing Lessons - English as a Second Language

October's writing lesson of the month--""-- is actually the center-square lesson from our October Writer's Notebook Bingo Card. The free preview of that product ended yesterday, and this month's lesson is a reminder of the importance of helping students find creative ways to express…

Once a month, I'll send you a Common Core-friendly writing lesson (inspired by WritingFix) and a writer's notebook idea from my own website.

Writing in the Disciplines: Education - Writing a Lesson Plan

For the 2012-13 school year, I decided to continue with the "Lesson of the Month" forum here at our own website; however, since I don't have time to write up a full lesson every month, I will be experimenting with some new formats for presenting lesson ideas in a way that's still valuable but more efficient to me. With the income we are earning from our , Dena and I will pay for the "Writing Lesson of the Month" service so that teachers can continue to sign up and have the materials e-mailed to then as a lesson link.