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Launching The Writing Workshop. Presented by: Cynthia Kennedy. The Writing Workshop. The writing workshop creates an environment where students can acquire skills, along with fluency, confidence, and desire to see themselves as writers. Three Components of Writer’s Workshop.

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Launching The Writing Workshop

Presented by: Cynthia Kennedy


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The Writing Workshop

The writing workshop creates an environment where students can acquire skills, along with fluency, confidence, and desire to see themselves as writers.


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Three Components of Writer’s Workshop

The three components that make up the writing workshop:

  • Minilesson

  • The Writing Time

  • Sharing


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The Physical Requirements of Writer’s Workshop

The elements that are important for a writing workshop are a meeting place, a place for materials and tools, carefully arranged desks and tables.


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Short-term goals such as getting the students to love writing, establishing a safe environment so that students can take risks in their writing, and setting up a workable management system to handle flow of paper, folders, and so forth.

Long-term goals are the goals that are included in the Language Arts curriculum. These goals are detailed and may cause panic as to “how on earth” is anyone going to cover so many items.

Long-Term Goals vs. Short-Term Goals


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Short Term Goals writing, establishing a safe environment so that students can take risks in their writing, and setting up a workable management system to handle flow of paper, folders, and so forth.

  • Fostering a Love for Writing Time

    Regular time

    Choice

    Your genuine interest

  • Establishing a Safe Environment

    Give specific praise.

    Allow drawing for primary students.

    Read aloud “from-the- heart” pieces of writing.

    Use a writer’s notebook.

    Write with your students.

  • Creating Workable Classroom Management

    Finished Box

    Unfinished Writing Folder

    Finished Writing Folder


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The Writing Cycle writing, establishing a safe environment so that students can take risks in their writing, and setting up a workable management system to handle flow of paper, folders, and so forth.

  • Prewriting/Rehearsing

  • Rough Drafting

  • Revising

  • Proofreading

  • Publishing


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Conferring with Writers writing, establishing a safe environment so that students can take risks in their writing, and setting up a workable management system to handle flow of paper, folders, and so forth.

  • The writing conference lies at the heart of the writing workshop.

  • You get to engage with students in a unique on-on-one interaction.

  • The conference session allow you to talk with a student, get dialogue going, make a suggestion, and exit.


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Guidelines of the Conference writing, establishing a safe environment so that students can take risks in their writing, and setting up a workable management system to handle flow of paper, folders, and so forth.

  • Listen~ Deep Listening

  • Be Present as a Reader

  • Understand the Writer

    Understand the Writer’s Intention

    Help Them Achieve their Intention

  • Build on Strengths

  • Teach One Thing


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Bibliography writing, establishing a safe environment so that students can take risks in their writing, and setting up a workable management system to handle flow of paper, folders, and so forth.

Calkins, L. Martinelli, M. (2006). Launching the Writing Workshop. Portsmouth, NH:Heinemann.

Fletcher, R. Portalupi, J. (2001) Writing Workshop The Essential Guide. Portsmouth, NH:Heinemann.

Hill, B., (2001). Devlopmental Continuums Writing Self-Evaluation Checklists. Norwood, MA:Christopher-Gordon Publishers.


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writing, establishing a safe environment so that students can take risks in their writing, and setting up a workable management system to handle flow of paper, folders, and so forth. Teach the writer” Lucy Caulkins has written, “Not the writing.”

Cynthia Kennedy

Literacy Resource Specialist


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