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Reading Resources to Enhance Writing Workshop

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Lucy Calkins Writers Workshop Calendar
Lucy Calkins Writers Workshop Calendar

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Writing Club 2016
Writing Club 2016

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5355 West Taft Rd
North Syracuse, NY 13212
218-2100
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Units of Study


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4th Graders in Mrs. Redmond's Class

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 Saturday Reunion Time at TCRWP
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WHY WRITING WORKSHOP?  WHAT DOES  RESEARCH SAY? 

 

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Watch how this teacher gathers a small group of students to learn how to write a stronger ending using different mentor texts as a teaching tool.

 

 

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THE UNITS OF STUDY in WRITING,

 A Common Core Workshop Curriculum, separate from content areas, Writing, created by Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, Columbia University.   This format provides a predictable structure and routine for students to learn how to collect, draft, revise, and publish a variety of genres throughout the school year.  Students develop the craft of writing within a Writing Workshop format. Students in grades K-4 receive instruction from the Units of Study in Opinion, Information, and Narrative.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Related Files

    pptx New Teacher Orientation (pptx file - 6.88 MB)
    This powerpoint has Writing Workshop information

    pptx Narrative workshop (pptx file - 10.95 MB)
    Start the year off with the overview of the Narrative unit

    pptx Partnerships in writing (pptx file - 6.00 MB)
    pptx Conferring with students (pptx file - 4.19 MB)
    pptx Presentation to Smith Road (pptx file - 9.66 MB)
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Writing Workshop
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