Thanks to David for letting me know about an issue with one of these. Fixed and re-uploaded!
We use these on the smartboard and we also keep them on the student server so kids can access them easily.
Genre Writing Plans
We keep laminated copies of these available for students to use as a guide for planning their writing. They're not meant to be 'filled out'. Rather, they give students some starting points for planning with features particular to each genre.
Students sometimes have difficulty setting out their writing and these frameworks give some help with that. Again, not meant as a worksheet to be filled in, but as a guide to show what each genre looks like. The frameworks also contain the features of each particular genre and some tips about the language students should be using. Laminated copies are kept in a tub for students to 'grab and go'.
We get the students to staple one of these on to the front of their writing piece. We usually use the general one which has space for self assessment, peer assessment and teacher assessment.
Writing Assessment General (word doc) This one isn't genre specific and caters for peer editing and assessmet as well