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Writing Workshop & Language E xperience Approach (LEA) . Writing Skills for Students Facilitator: Marie S. Bollers Foundations English Faculty. What are some ways to develop collaborative and independent writers?. Best practices. Research-based approaches: Vocabulary development and EAL’s

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writing workshop language e xperience approach lea

Writing Workshop & Language Experience Approach (LEA)

Writing Skills for Students

Facilitator: Marie S. Bollers

Foundations English Faculty

what are some ways to develop collaborative and independent writers
What are some ways to develop collaborative and independent writers?
  • Best practices

Research-based approaches:

  • Vocabulary development and EAL’s
  • Writers’ Workshop & LEA
  • LBD and performance- or project-based learning
slide4

From a socio-linguistic perspective:

Language serves two main purposes in any community.

slide5

The Power of Language

  • Language as “communicator” – from this perspective any language is “legitimate” if the parties can understand each other.
slide6

How would our students’ communications

score if assessed with the HCT writing bands?

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The Language of Power

  • Language as “social marker” – from this perspective language is a “gate” that allows others in or shuts others out of “the group”.
if errors are a sign of growth then students must have a safe place to make mistakes

If errors are a sign of growth, then students must have a safe place to make mistakes.

Safe Places

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My Ground Rules

In order for everyone to get the most out of the workshop, there are some ground rules to help us create a positive learning environment.

  • All team members will participate in the activities and do their best to complete any group and individual tasks assigned.
  • All team members will treat each other with kindness, justice, and respect.
types of groups
Types of Groups

Whole class

Small, mixed ability

Random teacher selected

Random student selected

Leveled

writing is the high maintenance component of literacy it needs
Writing is the high maintenance component of literacy. It needs:
  • Time– “The Block” = 90 minutes of writing workshop for practice.
  • Care– Feedback that is timely and uses student friendly rubrics.
  • Attention – public sharing (audience) helps elevate the level of performance

Weekly Writing Workshop

types of tasks four learning stations centers
Types of Tasks Four Learning Stations/Centers
  • Guided Writing/Language Experience Approach
  • Vocabulary/Reading
  • Listening/Dictation
  • My Grammar Lab Elementary (MGLE)
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LBD

Guided Writing and the modified Language Experience Approach (LEA) with ELL’s

my organization supports my ideas while my mechanics make them clear
My organizationsupports my ideas while my mechanics make them clear.

Five focus areas for students:

  • Ideas
  • Support
  • Organization
  • Clarity
  • Mechanics
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How To Have A Positive Attitude

My Story :

When I was 10 years old, my father taught me how to pray. At first , I was very lazy. I did not want to wake up and pray. One day my mother told me a story about Muslim people who didn\'t pray and what will happen to them. She also told me what happens to people who pray. I think positive to pray more often.

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