This is an excellent collection of graphic organizers and paragraph frames that can be used to scaffold writing for English learners.
This is a useful set of paragraph frames that can be used to scaffold writing for secondary students for the following text structures: descriptive, sequence, compare/contrast, cause/effect, and problem/solution.
These sentence starters, adapted from 7 Steps to a Language-Rich Interactive Classroom by John Seidlitz and Bill Perryman, are organized by the different levels of thinking you can use to scaffold writing for ELL students in your classroom.
This resource, created by Marcie Wolfe, provides a variety of sentence starters for students to use when responding to readings.
This is great resource, created by the Eastern Institute of Technology, provides sentence starters and frames students can use for academic writing.
This is a great resource created by Scholastic for introductory essay writing. It has model essays and graphic organizers with sentence frames for the following genres of writing: narrative, descriptive, summaries, how-to-writing, persuasive, compare/contrast, cause & effect, and problem/solution.
These are 89 different visual writing prompts created by Gretchen Bernabei.
This is an extensive collection of words students can use to describe what they are reading.