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Teaching My Friends!: Use Your Writing VOICES! (Six traits writing bulletin board and strategies)

Writers Workshop 101 | Community Post: 25 Awesome Anchor Charts For Teaching Writing

25 Awesome Anchor Charts For Teaching Writing

Create this anchor chart the first couple of weeks of school as you introduce the writers workshop process

Down Under Teacher: VOICES 6 Traits bulletin board update

Perfect for my classroom's writing center bulletin board and the curriculum. [Down Under Teacher: VOICES 6 Traits bulletin board update.

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March Matters

Charts that are perfect for Reader's and Writer's Workshop! We use student samples often in mini-lessons - this is a great way to keep the ideas alive.

Writer's Workshop Folder with revising and editing info for the inside

She puts 2 folders together to make a 4 pocket writing folder. The possibilites are endless!

writing goals

Love this interactive writing goals chart! I could adapt with reading goals instead of writing goals.

writing process- cute with students' photos or could use clothespins

Joyful Learning In KC: Writing Workshop great idea!

Love this idea to celebrate writers towards the end of the year.  I would have 2 in the spotlight in Grade 1. Writer of the week spotlight.

Write On, Fourth Grade!: Room 314 is Ready to Rock!

Cafe 1123: Writing in Cafe 1123  clever journalling ideas

Writing in Cafe 1123 -heart map and other writing journal ideas lots of great ideas

Down Under Teacher: Freebies - Free downloadable charts to assist Daily 5 CAFE strategies

Reading strategy cards for CAFE--FREE classroom-printables

Writers Workshop Cheat Sheet.  Good for new teachers that have little experience conferencing.

Writers Workshop Cheat Sheet--adapt for guided/RTI

I remember doing this in fourth grade. My word was, "giggled" despite a few people in the class telling me to say "mumbled." A weird memory that will never die.

Mini-lesson - other words for said/what is an adverb? (display difference on SmartBoard) ML - adjective/adverb hearts I previously pinned

I love this! It is so important for students to see models! Using a rubric scale to compare weak and strong writing models is a great way for students to begin to reflect on their own writing!

A great visual rubric. It is so important for students to see models! Using a rubric scale to compare weak and strong writing models is a great way for students to begin to reflect on their own writing!

Show, don't tell... draw and write about a specific emotion without saying what it is...great idea!

descriptive writing lesson - grade show not tell. will have to adapt for

Comma Person. Students create a comma person and write examples of using a comma.

Like this idea for any punctuation mark.example shown for Comma people! Students give 4 examples of using commas and create a comma person!

Transition words activity - Write a class story... Make sure to discuss words/phrases prior to activity so students know what they mean and when they're used in various situations. Categorize transition words into beginning, middle, and ending word baggies. Have students pick transition words/phrases out of each bag while writing the story to develop the plot and apply the skill.

Teaching With Love and Laughter: Classroom Photos writing transition words

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