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  • Tracie Carruthers

    ANCHOR CHART - Two great poster ideas. For this writing goals one, students likely start out on the same goal, but then get moved around as they have something else to focus on when they write, obviously building up on using all of these in their writing. The second is a star rating system showing levels of work quality from 1-4. This takes into account their picture and writing quality.

  • Julie Alianiello

    Writing Goals chart - 1st grade

  • Elzbieta Miller

    Great writing ideas

  • Tracy Kessell

    Writing Goals chart. I can see using something like this on a daily basis. Perhaps clothes pins with student's names clipped directly to the chart would save space. This could be adapted for 2nd and 3rd grade. ~Zeek's Zoo~: Writing Posters

  • Pete Magnificent

    I like the idea of a Writing Goals chart for Writer's Workshop. Students can revise their writing using this chart as a guide. Also allows the teacher to keep track of what stage each student is at in their writing. I would need to align with fifth grade standards

  • Amanda Cain

    1st/2nd grade writing Goal Chart

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