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  • Julie Alianiello

    Writing Goals chart - 1st grade

  • Ashley Waterman

    writing goals chart, could also be used as an anchor chart too

  • 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

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