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Outlining Written Success

Outline A great essay usually starts with a good idea, but putting that concept on paper is never easy for an early writer. That’s where PaperToolsPro comes in. The software now has the ability to help kids put together a good outline based on research and notes that can be fleshed out into a cogent essay, project or research paper.  It all starts with a template that lets students fill in the main idea and supporting points and then get on with the hard work of writing. When done, the program can help fill in the footnotes needed. PaperToolsPro costs $200 per building plus a dollar per student.
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For younger graders (especially elementary grades), please take a look at www.readinglogs.com - this free site allows students to create vocabulary cards and readinglogs online. Cuts down on paper use. Students can edit/review their work prior to submission to teachers. Thanks

What a great idea. I love sites that help teachers and students create their own educational materials.
bn

What a great idea. I love sites that help teachers and students create their own educational materials.
bn

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