This guide includes new passages and new strategies to help teachers guide students to writing success. The guide begins with the terminology, color-coding, and chants for students to create a common language for writing. Section 2 focuses on summary writing, where students learn how to write the main idea of texts as well as discern specific, relevant, and appropriate evidence supports the main idea and communicates new learning. Moving to Section 3, teachers will work with students in producing short constructed responses and paragraphs, including citing evidence (concrete details) through embedded quotations from primary and secondary resources as well as generating analysis. Section 4 evolves to essays, including the thesis statement, introductions, and conclusions. Teachers also learn how to write effective prompts and have access to multiple samples and activities for students. This guide is also a wonderful teacher companion to the Student Expository Workbook.