Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Sample Writer's Workshop Lessons

Sample Writer's Workshop Lessons


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13 comments:

  1. I loved this lesson. These podcasts are so helpful!! Nothing more powerful than seeing these ideas in action.
    I would LOVE a list of books you read to your class and use as examples to show a writing craft.
    Thanks, susan o'keefe
    sokeefe4@gmail.com

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  2. I love your lesson. So wonderful to see your ideas in action. I would love a list of books you use to showcase a writer's craft.
    Thanks,
    Susan O'Keefe
    sokeefe4@gmail.com

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  3. I LOVED your lessons! Keep up the great work! I can't wait to see more. I'm a special ed resource teacher and can't wait to try out some of your ideas with my first and second graders.
    Even for those of us who have taught forever, this is a wonderful resource.

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  4. Thanks for the kind posts.

    I have a few more ideas that I hope to work on sometime in the next few weeks. :)

    Kelly

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  5. i really liked this writers' workshop video! thanks

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  6. AnonymousMay 25, 2009

    I am a pre-service, career changer working on my Master's degree in teaching. These podcasts are just the sort of thing people like myself need to generate ideas and to clarify just how you could do ....in this case writer's workshop.
    Thank you. I cannot wait to SEE more!

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  7. AnonymousMay 31, 2010

    Thanks! Keep up the great work; you are an inspiration.

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  8. I too am sooo excited to get started on this. As the others asked I would love a list of books you use and the craft you teach from it! Is there such a list? where can I find it?
    Erma

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  9. I found it interesting how you folded your chart paper. Can you tell us a little more about that and how you would continue to use the other sides? Thanks! I enjoy your podcasts!

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  10. Hi,

    I order loose leaf chart paper instead of paper on a spiral. That way I can fold it into a book, and get a lot of bang for my buck.

    Sometimes, if I don't use black, I can even turn it inside out and use the inside, too.

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  11. Thank you for taking the time to create these podcasts. I just found your site and was instantly pleased. Your great sense of humor shines through as the "lessons" develop. Your lessons on idiom usage is a great idea for youngsters to become familiar with; their comprehension of them becomes solidified through their use of such in Writer's Workshop. Terrific Idea!

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  12. Your enthusiasm is contagious! What a wonderful experience your classroom offers your fortunate students. Thanks for sharing your wonderful lessons and teaching methods!

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