Camp, Lindsay, and Inc. ebrary. 2007. Can I change your mind? London: A. & C. Black. - book on persuasive writing, where the author writes using the same ideas, tricks and tips about persuasive writing he is trying to get you to follow.
Hayles, N. Katherine. "Hyper and Deep Attention: The Generational Divide in Cognitive Modes." Profession (2007): 187-199- Article on visual stimuli and how it affects the attention span of students.
Mcquade, Christine, and Donald Mcquade. Seeing and Writing 3. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's, 2006.
Muschla, Gary. Teach Terrific Grammar, Grades 6-8: A Complete Grammar Program for Use in Any Classroom (McGraw-Hill Teacher Resources). New York: McGraw-Hill, 2006. - Grammar lessons, tips and exercise to use in a classroom.
Onofrey, Karen A., and Joan Leikam Theurer. 2007. What's a teacher to do: Suggestions for comprehension strategy instruction. Reading Teacher 60, (7) (04): 681-4. - Provides tools and strategies on how to use visualization and prior knowledge to aid in reading comprehension and writing.
Seitz, Ingrid. 2008. Classroom materials: Enhancing writing through Visualization/Middle school matters: Innovative classroom activities. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 51, (8) (05): 699-700. - Article on using visualization in middle school as a way to improve writing.
Shaw, Fran. 50 Ways to Help You Write: Tips, Techniques, and Shortcuts to Help You Write Like a Pro. New York: Authors Choice Press, 2000- Writing exercise book, with examples and steps on how to do all kinds of writing, formal and creative.
Stead, Tony. 2003. The art of persuasion. Teaching Pre K-8 34 - Article with tips on ways to get students to enjoy persuasive writing. Stead gives tips on how to engage students in persuasive writing and assess their writing.