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Transcript of K-2 Writing
A process that requires more than one skill...sequencing, spelling, rereading, and supporting ideas with samples... but the good news is that
Four Square Model
Writing Prompt: In your opinion, is it a duck or a rabbit? Be sure to include three reasons with at least three supporting details for each.
Without a Boxed Program
Challenges the writer to think about how to approach the subject
Uses a variety of tools to capture thoughts prior to writing
Process of refining writing
Further develops, eliminates, and/or reorganizes portions of the writing
Shares writing in order to obtain feedback from peers and/or teacher
Correct any mechanical, grammatical, and spelling errors present in the writing
Composing the final draft, including illustrations in some cases
Shares writing with others
Drawing, Label, Caption
Process of putting ideas down on paper
Focus on content rather than on mechanics
Organizing thoughts into paragraphs
Composing a first draft
Read aloud to small/whole group
Display in classroom
Publish to the Internet
Kay Ashe, Leslie Coleman, & Nikkole Gilmore
with Flow Maps
Example: Remi and the Ball of Yarn
Directions: Use a flow chart to plan a fictional story. Name the main character and tell what happens first, next, and last in the story.
Plan personal narratives or creative fictional narratives
Identify main characters, organize events, and visualize important details
Supports opinion, narrative, and informational writing
Helps students focus on topic, generate ideas, and develop supporting details
Allows students to explore connections between related ideas and identify specific details in the context of the larger topic
Assists with paragraph planning
Crisp, cool evenings
Gives landscape a break form summer
Warm enough for outside activities, but not too hot
Autumn is my favorite season.
Good football weather
Makes the trees turn beautiful colors
Summer gets boring
Reading, writing, arithmetic...
Good to get back into routine
Socializing makes us smarter!
Academic pursuits are welcome after watching cartoons all summer
Halloween is my favorite holiday.
Dressing up is fun.
The candy is pretty fine.
It's all about friends.
You can be anything you can imagine.
My favorites are anything with chocolate.
My friends and I always get together
and have fun on Halloween.
Autumn is the best season of all because the weather is fabulous,
we are occupied with the fun of school, and before we know it, it will be time for the best holiday ever--Halloween!
applicable to Persuasive, Informational, and Narrative Writing
"Our job is to ask questions of children so that children internalize these questions and ask them of themselves and their own emerging drafts."
"Writing well has everything to do with being able to read one’s own work with an eye toward the unmet possibilities that are there."
- Lucy Calkins
Provide participants with writing resources that are applicable and can be easily implemented into the classroom setting
Develop and share a forum for collaboration and sharing of writing resources
Types of Writing
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