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Writing Workshop Overview

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Marnia Letendre

on 5 October 2016

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Transcript of Writing Workshop Overview

Work Period: Independent Writing
Independent Writing:
* Students work on their own topics within the genre.
* It's all about the writing process!
* Volume, Volume, Volume!=
Write, Write, Write some more!


Students are taking strategies, shared
by the teacher, and implementing
them in their own writing, with their
own topics.
The Mini-Lesson:
Writing Workshop Overview
Work Period: Small Group Instruction
Work Period: Conferring With Students
* Tracking individual student progress
* Use information to create mini-lessons & small group instruction.
Marnia Letendre
marnia.letendre@cobbk12.org
Pitner Curriculum Night 2016
Within the hour, the mini-lesson will last 10-15 minutes. It's the time where teachers get to directly teach.
What does it look like?
* Students are at the carpet.
* Teacher has all eyes on him/her.
* Teacher is teaching standards and
strategies.
* Whole group, direct instruction.
Teachers can use this time to check up with individuals, talk about strengths and next steps, as well as determine patterns within the class.
Closing:
* Students ask for feedback on writing.
* This can be the most powerful section of the workshop.
* Students apply their understanding of standards taught and share with peers.
* Teacher facilitates and reminds students of standards/strategies taught.
Why Writing Workshop?
Why:
Writing Workshop Structure: EVERYDAY!

Possible Mini-Lessons
* Guided Writing
* Strategy Groups
* Seminars
* Editing & Revising Groups
We PUBLISH & CELEBRATE!
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