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Launching Writer ’ s Workshop. Dana Cansian July 16, 2014 KUWP 2014. Writer ’ s Workshop. Created by Nancy Atwell The workshop is designed to create a safe environment allowing students to gain self esteem by writing about topics that have a connection to his/her life . Student Centered

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launching writer s workshop
Launching Writer’s Workshop
  • Dana Cansian
  • July 16, 2014
  • KUWP 2014
writer s workshop
Writer’s Workshop
  • Created by Nancy Atwell
  • The workshop is designed to create a safe environment allowing students to gain self esteem by writing about topics that have a connection to his/her life.
  • Student Centered
  • Can work in multiple disciplines

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now the tough part
Now, the tough part
  • Do not leave the list for the students to read. You must explain every item on your list, one by one.
  • You must honestly explain all of your topics. These topics can include but are not limited to: dreams, heartbreaks, losses, achievements, favorite items, bad and good memories, favorite pieces of literature, goals, funny stories, aspirations, etc.
  • After you have shared your list ask the students to share.
  • Remind students to add to his/her list if they hear a good idea.

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hack the heart
HACK THE HEART
  • Don’t forget about your tactile learners in the classroom.
  • Make the heart interactive using the computer
  • Use arts and crafts materials to make the heart “jump” off the paper.
  • Get creative and get hacking.
sources
Sources
  • Atwell, Nancy. (2002). Lessons That Change Writers: Firsthand/Heinemann.
  • Atwell, Nancy. (1998). In the Middle: Boynton/Cook; 2 Sub edition.
  • Fletcher, Ralph. (2001). Writing Workshop: The Essential Guide: Heinemann.

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