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Show ..Don't tell. Writing Workshop

Show ..Don't tell. Writing Workshop

Writing a Narrative Anchor Chart

"Story Starters" This anchor chart displays elements students may want to include in their narrative writing as well as examples of the different type of elements.

Showing Telling Adding Details Writing

Assessment: A detailed Writing Chart can be used as a rubric for informal assessments for journal entries or short story writing. Students can refer to a chart which provides them with prompts for a successful entry.

Show Don't Tell Writing Anchor Chart {image only}

Show Don't Tell Writing Anchor Chart {image only}

Opinion Writing Launch Lesson- boy did we have fun today!

Shared Writing: This is another good anchor chart that can be made between the teacher and students. It represents what an opinion piece looks like.

Always Write: Sacred Writing Time

Just found another great example (by Emily) of an alpha-list hidden in one of my…

My 7th period class (which is a group of my 7th graders) has a morbid sense of story.  We just finished a unit on writing descriptive vignettes, and a lot of them practiced gory storytelling skills in their writer's notebook.  Here, 7th grader Sarah created a horrific tale about my student aide during seventh period--Elias--not using my paper-cutter carefully.  Don't worry--the story never happened--pure fiction. Elias will think this story is quite funny when I send him a link through…

My 7th period class (which is a group of my 7th graders) has a morbid sense of story. We just finished a unit on writing descriptive vignettes, and a lot of them practiced gory storytelling skills in their writer's notebook. Here, 7th grader Sarah created a horrific tale about my student aide during seventh period--Elias--not using my paper-cutter carefully. Don't worry--the story never happened--pure fiction. Elias will think this story is quite funny when I send him a link through…

6th grader Tyler created 4 pages about "Sierra Nevada Journeys," which was the three-day adventure camp.  He made a top ten list, and this is his final page, which shares his favorite memory of that trip!  This was an entry in my annual "Mr. Stick of the Year" writer's notebook contest: http://corbettharrison.com/GT/MrStickoftheYear.htm

6th grader Tyler created 4 pages about "Sierra Nevada Journeys," which was the three-day adventure camp. He made a top ten list, and this is his final page, which shares his favorite memory of that trip! This was an entry in my annual "Mr. Stick of the Year" writer's notebook contest: http://corbettharrison.com/GT/MrStickoftheYear.htm

Types of Sentences Anchor Chart: Simple, Compound, and Complex

My Not-So-Pinteresty Anchor Charts

Types of Sentences Anchor Chart: Simple, Compound, and Complex (add to complex: combines one important idea with supporting idea)

Use these FREE genre posters to get your students referencing the Common Core State Standards while they are learning.

Author s purpose 4 types of essays Writing Modes: The Four Purposes of Writing. Even if they eventually specialize in a particular type of writing.

At home, 8th grader Josh "fancied up" his assigned "Normal or Nuts" write-up for his notebook, and he glued it in the day it was due.  I gave him a "Notebook Award" for creating such a great page.  Here is the article this notebook assignment was inspired by: http://www.rd.com/health/wellness/normal-or-nuts-2013/6/

At home, 8th grader Josh "fancied up" his assigned "Normal or Nuts" write-up for his notebook, and he glued it in the day it was due. I gave him a "Notebook Award" for creating such a great page. Here is the article this notebook assignment was inspired by: http://www.rd.com/health/wellness/normal-or-nuts-2013/6/

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