The Collins Writing Exchange Archive

 

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2017

November 2017: LUCI, K-12 Academic Vocabulary Lists, S “T” A r t 10% Summary Organizer, Virtual Training Menu, and More

October 2017: The Book Commercial, College Essay Editing Checklist, the Power of Past Papers, and More

September 2017: Six Writing Principles, Coffee with Collins, Parents Do Matter, and More

June 2017: Coffee with Collins, Summer Reading List, No-Sting Peer Editing, and More

May 2017: Writing an End-of-Year Reflection, Emerging Writers and FCAs, Creating Great Type Two Prompts, and More

April 2017: Stories Do Matter, Reviewing Content Can Be Fun, New Free Resources, and More

March 2017: Those Awful Apostrophes, Finding Time for Writing, the Mighty Ten Percent Summary, and More

February 2017: Test-Prep Blues, The Curse of Knowledge, Vocabulary Cards, and More

January 2017: Tricky Cap Rules, Opinion/Argument FCAs, Career Tech Spotlight, and More

 

2016

December 2016: Very Best of 2016, The Big Three, and More

November 2016: Compare & Contrast, Student Blogs, Not Just an Emoji, and More

October 2016: The Perfect Assignment, Capital Offenses, Read It Out Loud, and More

September 2016: The Dreaded Comma, Getting to Know You, Research Says, and More

Summer 2016: Explain It, Cap That, Summer Reading, and More

Spring 2016: Logbooks, Reflective Writing, Apostrophes, and More

Late Winter Post Script 2016: Creating a Multimedia Presentation, High Priority Focus Correction Areas, and More

Late Winter 2016: “P Before Q” Rule, Writing in Math, Speak with the Author, and More

Winter Post Script 2016: LUCI, Weather Journals, Ready-to-Use Writing Resources, and More 

Winter 2016: Informative/Explanatory Writing, Survey Says, and More

 

2015

Fall 2015: Argument Writing, Symbolic FCAs, Science Writing, and More

Back-to-School 2015: Writing a Personal Essay, Is PD a Mirage?, and More

Summer 2015: Three Great Type Ones, WAWA-BABSUI, Summer Reading for Teachers, and More 

Spring 2015: Reflecting on the School Year, Sentence Building Activities, Collins Writing with English Learners, and More

Late Winter 2015: How to Write an Abstract, Writing Ten Percent Summaries, and More

 

2014

Winter 2014: Focus Issue: Teaching Academic Vocabulary 

Fall 2014: Math Words in Motion, Daily Quick-Fix Sentences, Voabulary Cards, and More

August-September 2014: AP English and Collins Writing, “Who Am I” Autobiography, Open-Response Writing, and More

Spring-Summer 2014: Research in Action: Type Two Writing, Editing Blog, Letter to Next Year’s Teacher, and More