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Interdisciplinary Writing Unit Second Grade. Stacy Bashlor Informational Writing Collaborative Report Social Studies Civil Rights: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. VSU. Georgia Writing Test. Third Grade Teacher evaluated Covers four types of writing: Narrative Informational Persuasive

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interdisciplinary writing unit second grade

Interdisciplinary Writing UnitSecond Grade

Stacy Bashlor

Informational Writing

Collaborative Report

Social Studies

Civil Rights: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

VSU

georgia writing test
Georgia Writing Test
  • Third Grade
  • Teacher evaluated
  • Covers four types of writing:
    • Narrative
    • Informational
    • Persuasive
    • Response to literature

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

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Georgia Writing Test

Third Grade

  • Four domains
    • Ideas, Organization, Style, and Conventions
  • Samples are gathered throughout the year (end of March)
  • Student Writing Record based on individual performance

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

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Georgia Writing Test

Third Grade

  • Student Writing Reports
    • One copy to parent(s)/guardian(s)
    • One copy remains in student’s permanent record
    • Summary of class performance is sent to DOE scoring and reporting contractor
    • Scoring rubrics and writing samples may be retained and forwarded to grade four teachers

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

pre assessment prompt
Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009Pre-assessment Prompt
  • Materials: Paper, pencil
  • Time Limit
    • 20 minutes
  • Students will have choice of prompt and 20 minutes to complete writing on chosen topic
  • Prompt #1 – As a student familiar with this school, explain the procedure for forming a line to a new student.
  • Prompt #2 - Write a letter to your pen pal in another country telling about a place you have visited.
prewriting
Prewriting

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

instructional grouping related to teacher s instructional needs
Instructional Grouping(related to teacher’s instructional needs)
  • Whole Group
    • allows teacher to address several different needs at one time
    • same opportunity for all students
  • Small Group
    • addresses the needs of diverse learners
    • scaffolding among the group members

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

grouping options related to students needs
Grouping Options(related to students’ needs)
  • Developmental Needs
    • Small group (needs based)
      • address diverse learning needs
  • Cultural or Linguistic Needs
    • Small group (needs based)
      • address diverse learning needs

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genre of writing
Genre of Writing
  • Informational (Expository)
    • Informs
    • Explains
    • Based on fact
    • Things to consider
      • purpose, audience, organizational structure, and form.

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Prewriting

First stage of the writing process

Brainstorm ideas, thoughts, and anything else that you might think of relating to your topic

Use a graphic organizer to help organize those thoughts and ideas

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

prewriting graphic organizer
Prewriting Graphic Organizer

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

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Prewriting Graphic Organizer

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prewriting scoring guide
Prewriting Scoring Guide

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accommodations and or modifications students with different developmental needs
Accommodations and/or Modifications(students with different developmental needs)
  • Peer tutors
  • Print items in large, bold-faced font
  • Access to books on audio from the reading list in student materials (Teacher may record these herself.)

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

accommodations and or modifications differing cultural or linguistic backgrounds
Accommodations and/or Modifications(differing cultural or linguistic backgrounds)
  • Peer guidance
  • Spanish/English Dictionaries
  • Pictures with Spanish/English equivalencies

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

drafting
Drafting

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Drafting
  • Second stage of the writing process
  • Writing ideas and thoughts on paper
  • Rough draft or sloppy copy
  • Focuses on the content of the topic rather than mechanics (grammar and spelling)
  • Can include new ideas or thoughts that are not mentioned in your graphic organizer.

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

drafting scoring guide
Drafting Scoring Guide

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

activity
Activity
  • Second stage of writing process – Draft
    • Look at completed graphic organizer from prewriting stage.
    • Getting ideas and thoughts from graphic organizer
    • Write sentences based on information on the graphic organizer.
    • Write rough draft (sloppy copy).

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

revising
Revising

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

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Revising
  • Third stage of the writing process
  • Making changes
  • Reread the rough draft
  • Add and/or delete information
  • Rearrange information

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

revising scoring guide
Revising Scoring Guide

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

editing
Editing

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Editing
  • Fourth stage of the writing process
  • Put story into its final form
  • Correct errors in: spelling, punctuation, capitalization, sentence structure, and usage (subject/verb)

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

editing scoring guide
Editing Scoring guide

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

publishing
Publishing

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Publishing
  • Fifth and final stage
  • Publishing our writing in an appropriate form
  • Author shares his or her writing with an audience

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009

publishing scoring guide
Publishing Scoring Guide

Bashlor, Stacy READ 7140, May 2009