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  • Megan Arce

    Great student-friendly note for writing conferences/goals. Print on adhesive labels and stick in writer's notebook!

  • Kathy Clay

    Use a class set of labels that have a place to jot down each student’s strengths (thumbs up) and challenges (lightbulb)--have a label for each student.

  • Bridget McGivern

    2nd Grade Pad: writing conference note

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Writing Workshop, Writer's Conference. I like this TAG acronym to focus the conversation.

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Writing #2: Writing Goals--Used during writing workshop, each student sets their own goals and hangs their post note with name on the goals they will accomplish during the workshop.

Does it seem like you give students the same generic compliments on their writing over and over? These comments will help you provide meaningful, detailed feedback to students when grading and/or in writing conferences.

kindergarten writing goals I love this. I think putting the kids names on what they are working on adds so much personal responsibility.