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Writing. Phonetic/Structural Writing (K-3): This includes the Word Awareness Writing Activity (WAWA) and also developmental writing activities Six Trait Writing (1-6). “I like writing and I like school.” —Jenna 1997. Phonetic/Structural Analysis.

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writing
Writing
  • Phonetic/Structural Writing(K-3): This includes the Word Awareness Writing Activity (WAWA) and also developmental writing activities
  • Six Trait Writing(1-6)

“I like writing and I like school.”

—Jenna 1997

phonetic structural analysis
Phonetic/Structural Analysis

| Menu| 1st | 2nd | 3rd | Description |

The Word Awareness Writing Activity (WAWA) permits teachers to trace the development of literacy in children. We know that when young children attempt to write words, their spelling errors reveal an understanding of how words are put together. The research suggests that there is a developmental pattern in the way children form words. Children’s “developmental” spellings are a useful source of information for the assessment of literacy.

Developmental Continuum

  • First Grade
  • Second Grade
  • Third Grade Sem 1*
  • *Optional as Needed

Scoring Criteria:

| WAWA 1 | WAWA 2 |

six trait writing
Six-Trait Writing

The 6-trait analytical model for assessing and teaching writing comprises six key qualities that define strong writing. These are Ideas, the heart of the message; Organization, the internal structure of the piece; Voice, the personal tone and flavor of the author’s message; Word Choice, the vocabulary a writer chooses to convey meaning; Sentence Fluency, the rhythm and flow of the language; and Conventions, the mechanical correctness.

  • 1st Grade | Pg 1-2 | Pg 3-4 | Feedback |
  • 2nd Grade | Pg 1-2 | Pg 3-4 | Feedback |
  • 3rd Grade | Pg 1-2 | Pg 3-4 | Feedback |
  • 4th Grade | Pg 1-2 | Pg 3-4 | Feedback |
  • 5th Grade | Pg 1| Pg 2 | Feedback |
  • 6th Grade | Pg 1-2 | Pg 3-4 | Feedback |

|Scoring Criteria|

six trait scoring
Six-Trait Scoring

| Writing Menu | 1st | 2nd | 3rd | 4th| 5th | 6th | 6-Trait Menu |

  • Scoring Criteria:
  • Grade 1
  • Grade 2
  • Grade 3
  • Grades 4-6

|Return to Six Traits|

first grade wawa
First Grade WAWA

| Writing Menu | 1st | 2nd | 3rd | WAWA Description | 6-Trait Menu |

Semester 1/October 1997

Semester 2/April 1998

1. bed

2. truck

3. letter

4. bumpy

5. dress

6. jail

7. feet

8. shopping

9. monster

10. raced

11. boat

12. hide

Developmental Stages of Writing & Teacher Comment: Jenna began the year using initial and final consonants and by second semester was including the vowel transitions.

|Scoring Criteria |

second grade wawa
Second Grade WAWA

| Writing Menu| 1st | 2nd | 3rd | WAWA Description | 6-Trait Menu |

Semester 2/April 1999

Semester 1/October 1998

1. rice

2. stick

3. pet

4. meat

5. jumped

6. dragon

7. table

8. legs

9. honey

10. seed

11. bottle

12. cake

Developmental Stages of Writing & Teacher Comment: Jenna has moved from vowel transitions to standard spelling on most words, showing improvement in her writing skills.

Scoring Criteria

third grade wawa

Jenna scored adequately on the 2nd grade WAWA assessment and did not need to complete the 3rd grade WAWA testing.

Third Grade WAWA

| Writing Menu| 1st | 2nd | 3rd | WAWA Description | 6-Trait Menu |

Developmental Stages of Writing & Teacher Comment: Not needed in 3rd grade

Scoring Criteria

first grade 6 trait pages 1 2
First Grade 6-Trait Pages 1-2

| 6-Trait Menu | First Grade Work: | WAWA| Pg 1 & 2 | Pg 3 & 4 | Feedback |

September 1997

Teacher Feedback & Comments on 6-Trait Writing

Student Writing at Left:

One day I was in the tub

I found a bug I gav it hay

It was a Babfli it was sharpe

It was slarpe mi pom Jenna

Krambeck

first grade 6 trait pages 3 4

We only completed one six-trait writing in first grade. Below is some of Jenna’s art work from first grade. October 1997

First Grade 6-Trait Pages 3-4

| 6-Trait Menu | First Grade Work: | WAWA| Pg 1 & 2 | Pg 3 & 4 | Feedback |

first grade 6 trait feedback
First Grade 6-Trait Feedback

| 6-Trait Menu | First Grade Work: | WAWA| Pg 1 & 2 | Pg 3 & 4 | Feedback |

|Scoring Criteria| 1st Grade Scoring Guide |

Student Use of 6-Traits

Student 6-Trait Score: 9/12

Voice: Creates pictures and texts that produce emotional response in reader. Work can be linked to writer.

Conventions: Experiments often successfully with punctuation and capitalization. Uses phonetic spelling well enough to create a readable text.

Ideas: Creates easily recognizable text that would stand alone without a picture.

Link to Student Writing

second grade 6 trait pages 1 2
Second Grade 6-Trait Pages 1-2

| 6-Trait Menu | Second Grade Work: | WAWA| Pg 1 & 2 | Pg 3 & 4 | Feedback |

September 1998

Student Writing as written at left:

Rain is your friend it sings to you win your glum.

It sas cheer up and woeth the dancers. Thay put on

a show you git out a blanket and a glass of hot

chocolate! you sit and woeth the magicl rain fall.

As the rain folls to the grond it looks like ball-

erinastwerling around and around. You hear the

pitter pattar of the rain on the rooftop.

You see mother eart smileing at you. rain

is the tol to all life. With out rain the trees and

grass and oter plants would die and it the

plants die you die so cheer win the world

takes a sower and ingrowe the trees grass and

oter plants and the singing raind and dancing rain.

so say Hi to the sun and Hello to the rain.

second grade 6 trait pages 3 4
Second Grade 6-Trait Pages 3-4

| 6-Trait Menu | Second Grade Work: | WAWA| Pg 1 & 2 | Pg 3 & 4 | Feedback |

April 1999

Jenna typed this document herself on the word processor.

second grade 6 trait feedback
Second Grade 6-Trait Feedback

| 6-Trait Menu | Second Grade Work: | WAWA| Pg 1 & 2 | Pg 3 & 4 |Feedback |

|Scoring Criteria| 2nd Scoring Guide

Student Use of 6-Traits

Voice: Jenna has improved in the area of voice, but this is still the area she needs to work on. The text can be linked to the writer, but Jenna needs to continue using expressive words.

Conventions: Jenna improved in her use of punctuation, spelling, and capitalization this year. Her second writing showed major improvement.

Ideas: A general picture of the writing is given in Jenna’s writing. She needs to expand on her use of details.

Organization: Organization is an area that continues to need work. The story should have a beginning, middle, and end.

**Note this teacher linked back to the documents with a hyperlink.

third grade 6 trait pages 1 2

Put student writing sample here. This is for page 1 of the work

Third Grade 6-Trait Pages 1-2

| 6-Trait Menu | Third Grade Work: | WAWA| Pg 1 & 2 | Pg 3 & 4 |Feedback |

September 1999

Student Writing as written at left:

Peter is my pet cat. I never want to part with

him. Hes my best friend. Peter is to shades

of orange, he has little white socks and a

white spot in the middle of his back that looks

like someone spiled milk on him. One day

Peter ran away and the three days he was

gone were the longest days of my life. I’d

use to say I’d trade Peter for a kitten but then

I new I’d give up Peter.

third grade 6 trait pages 3 4
Third Grade 6-Trait Pages 3-4

| 6-Trait Menu | Third Grade Work: | WAWA| Pg 1 & 2 | Pg 3 & 4 |Feedback |

April 2000

  • Student Writing as written at left:
    • On a cold night when the wind hit the
    • trees like lightening and the trees made
    • scary shadows. I was in my bed snuggled
    • real tight. I kept hearing noises I was scard.
    • I look over at my stuffed animals and I saw
    • favorite teddy bear.I named him Guss. He
    • was a blue teddy and real soft. I squeezed
    • him tight and all of a sudden I wasn’t so
    • scard. That night I slept like a log. When I
    • got up that morning I turned to my teddy
    • and said “thanks guss.” Thats why my
    • teddy bear is my favorite thing.
third grade 6 trait feedback
Third Grade 6-Trait Feedback

| 6-Trait Menu | Third Grade Work: | WAWA| Pg 1 & 2 | Pg 3 & 4 |Feedback |

|Scoring Criteria| 3rd Grade Scoring Guide

Student Use of 6-Traits

Voice: Jenna’s use of voice produces some emotional response and she is beginning to add a personal touch to her writing.

Conventions: Jenna is usually successful with her use of punctuation and capitalization. Most simple words are spelled correctly.

Ideas: Jenna’s writing is clear and it is easy to see where the writing is headed.

Organization: Jenna’s writing now has a beginning, middle, and end—much improved.

Word Choice: Jenna needs to use more lively words in her writing.

fourth grade 6 trait pages 1 2
Fourth Grade 6-Trait Pages 1-2

| 6-Trait Menu | Fourth Grade Work: | Pg 1 & 2 | Pg 3 & 4 |Feedback|

September 2000

  • Student Writing as written at left:
    • My California trip
    • In 1991 I got a trip to California.
    • At first my mom and dad had kept it a
    • secret. When they told me I couldn’t
    • believe it. I was going to leave in two weeks.
    • They showed me the tickets when I got
    • home. I rode my bike over to my grandma’s
    • house and told her about it. The day before
    • I was going to leave, I had to pack. I got
    • Up early to go to the airport that day.
    • We registered our bags and got on the plane.
    • We had to wait two hours at Denver
    • before boarding the plane. We arrived in
    • Annahime. We picked up our baggage and went
    • to our rental car and went to our motel.
    • Then we unpacked. I had to go to a wedding
    • so we got dressed and went. The next
    • day we went to Disney-Land. Then went
    • To the airport and finally got to Omaha.
fourth grade 6 trait pages 3 4
Fourth Grade 6-Trait Pages 3-4

| 6-Trait Menu | Fourth Grade Work: | Pg 1 & 2 | Pg 3 & 4 |Feedback|

  • Student Writing as written at left:
    • On a cold night when the
  • wind hit the trees like lightening
  • and the trees made scary shadows.
  • I was in my bed snuggled real
  • tight. I kept hearing noises I was
  • scard. I look over at my stuffed
  • animals and I saw favorite teddy bear.
  • I named him Guss. He was a blue
  • teddy and real soft. I squeezed him
  • tight and all of a sudden I wasn’t so
  • scard. That night I slept like a
  • log. When I got up that morning
  • I turned to my teddy and
  • said “thanks guss.” Thats why
  • my teddy bear is my favorite
  • thing.
fourth grade 6 trait feedback
Fourth Grade 6-Trait Feedback

| 6-Trait Menu | Fourth Grade Work: | Pg 1 & 2 | Pg 3 & 4 |Feedback |

|Scoring Criteria| 4th Grade Scoring Guide |

Student Use of 6-Traits

Voice: Jenna takes some risks connecting personal experiences, but needs to make a stronger attempt to draw the reader into the story.

Ideas: Jenna’s writing has a solid beginning, but more details are needed to focus the story.

Organization: An introduction and supporting thoughts exist, but more direction and transitions are needed between ideas.

Word Choice: Jenna needs to continue her work on adding descriptive words.

Fluency: Sentences of varying length and structure are used.

Conventions: Conventions continue to be a strength in Jenna’s writing.

fifth grade 6 trait page 1
Fifth Grade 6-Trait Page 1

| 6-Trait Menu | Fifth Grade Work: | Pg 1 | Pg 2 |Feedback|

September 10, 2001

fifth grade 6 trait page 2
Fifth Grade 6-Trait Page 2

| 6-Trait Menu | Fifth Grade Work: | Pg 1 | Pg 2 |Feedback|

Date

fifth grade 6 trait feedback
Fifth Grade 6-Trait Feedback

| 6-Trait Menu | Fifth Grade Work: | Pg 1 | Pg 2 |Feedback |

|Scoring Criteria| 5th Grade Scoring Guide |

Student Use of 6-Traits

Drag over this writing and provide the student score and how the work was evaluated based on the six traits:

Voice:

Ideas:

Organization:

Word Choice:

Fluency:

Conventions:

sixth grade 6 trait pages 1 2

Put student writing sample here. This is for page 1 of the work

Put student writing sample here. This if for page 2 of the work

Sixth Grade 6-Trait Pages 1-2

| 6-Trait Menu | Sixth Grade Work: | Pg 1 & 2 | Pg 3 & 4 |Feedback|

Date

sixth grade 6 trait pages 3 4

Put student writing sample here. This is for page 1 of the work

Put student writing sample here. This if for page 2 of the work

Sixth Grade 6-Trait Pages 3-4

| 6-Trait Menu | Sixth Grade Work: | Pg 1 & 2 | Pg 3 & 4 |Feedback|

Date

sixth grade 6 trait feedback
Sixth Grade 6-Trait Feedback

| 6-Trait Menu | Sixth Grade Work: | Pg 1 & 2 | Pg 3 & 4 |Feedback |

|Scoring Criteria| 6th Grade Scoring Guide |

Student Use of 6-Traits

Drag over this writing and provide the student score and how the work was evaluated based on the six traits:

Voice:

Ideas:

Organization:

Word Choice:

Fluency:

Conventions: