Invitational Summer Institute. July 22, 2014 Day 17. Final revised anthology contributions due for printing BY 3:00 p M. Agenda Tuesday, July 22, 2014. A TC to do the welcome at the Luncheon ?. Daily Log. Author’s Chair. Learned.
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Invitational Summer Institute
July 22, 2014
What caused significant attitudinal improvements toward writing and writer identity (as revealed by a pre-/post survey) during a two-week Young Writer’s Camp? Presenters will share the instructional premises that are the foundation of the Cal State Northridge Writing Project camp experience, as well as the pedagogies, strategies, and activities that engendered those improvements. Writing samples will demonstrate the creative expression and energy campers brought to their work. The session will conclude with time for discussion.
What are the instructional implications of moving from the existing ELA standards to the newly adopted CCCS in writing? What will students (and teachers) gain or lose? In this interactive session, participants will examine the Anchor Standards for writing in grades K-12 (including History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects) to answer these questions. The presenter will provide instructional strategies designed to help students develop the writing proficiencies the CCCS describe.