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  • Alyssa Kaye

    Language Arts track where students are on the writing process

  • Colleen Dyer

    Writer's Workshop - A teacher I observed had something similar only it wrapped across the wall and was a road. Each student had a car that they moved to the next step

  • Brandace B

    Writing Workshop! Great idea... It is so hard to get confused about where each student is on a writing assignment! This takes out all of the guess work!!! :)

  • Danel Vohsberg

    great for teachers to keep up with student's writing progress

  • Marisa Perez

    writing process chart to track students' progress

  • Deb Larson

    This is great way to keep track of where students are in the writing process! Great idea - I would add the peer conferencing and a sign up list for teacher conferencing - also a folder for rubrics they can check with - I love the giant pencil!

  • Rebecca Hollis

    how to keep track of where students are in the writing process. via second grade style

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I love this entry about creating writer's workshop anchor charts. She also talks about reading Click Clack Moo to talk about why we write. I need to do this lesson in the first few weeks of school!

I have done something similar for years but LOVE how she put these together. I have been glueing mine but love how she has extra space for lists in the middle of the folder.

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This is really good stuff -- all kinds of Writing Workshop lessons, SMART Board resources, showing/not telling, etc.

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