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Title: 3. The Writing Process for Upper-Elementary-Grade Writers


1
3. The Writing Process for Upper-Elementary-Grade
Writers
  • Teaching 8-, 9-, 10 year-olds the Writing
    Process
  • Read pages 12 13 to yourself
  • JIGSAW Chapter 3 Each member reads two
    sections to share with whole group
  • Pacing Materials
  • Rehearsal for Writing
  • Drafting
  • Revision
  • Editing
  • Cycling through the Entire Process

A Guide to the Writing Workshop Grades 3-5
2
Linking Reading and Writing
  • Writers can start a story by describing the
    setting. We can name the time and place, but we
    can take this further as in
  • Lois Lowrys - Crow Call

3
Linking Reading to Writing
  • Writers use gestures, postures, and facial
    expressions to show the emotions that our
    characters are experiencing.

4
References
Predictable Problem Possible Solution
Writers feel stuck or have no ideas CHART that lists generating strategies posting directing students to them Talking conference get the writer talking edging the to a story, interrupt them your ready to go
Writers not writing with enough volume (stamina) Put a dot or in the margin (clear short term goal) Goal setting
Teacher dependency CHART teach task Partnership protocol - teacher can choose partner Rush with hands up clear from teacher expect get started on own, teacher not attend to hand right away
Talking not writing Practice, practice, practice, more clear productive, maintain tone/ silence signals
Writer with multiple ideas how to pick a seed idea CHART pin point
Use anchor texts for teachers Read alouds CHARTS
Sharing time, protect time, child want to share
5
Patterns of Minilessons Patterns of Conferences
  • Qualities of Good Writing Focus, Detail
    Structure
  • Grades 6-8

6
Patterns of Minilessons
  • Share writing with a partner
  • Blank book, time line, short mountain or boxes
  • What is the meaning of my story?
  • What do I want to concentrate on?
  • What do I want the reader to leave with?
  • Writing Revisit your writing pause, look at
    the plan, see it as a movie see hear

Launching the Writing Workshop Grades 3-5
7
The Patterns of Minilessons
  • Connection
  • Connect engage students
  • Teaching Point name teaching point skill
    (generate idea) strategy(ies) by (often a
    series of steps)
  • Teaching
  • Demonstrate often
  • Active Engagement
  • Link
  • Restate teaching point connect to all writing

Launching the Writing Workshop Grades 3-5
8
Patterns of Minilessons
  • Share Lucys quote pg 55-56
  • Adding details, surprising details
  • Break up share components of a minilesson
    (paper fold)
  • Connection (57-60)
  • Teaching (60-64)
  • Active Engagement (64-66)
  • Link (67-68)
  • VIDEO example

Guide to the Writing Workshop Grades 3-5 pg 55
9
The Patterns of Conferences
  • Conferences are essential
  • Predictable architecture
  • What are the main facets of each of the
    following
  • Research phase
  • Decision phase
  • Compliment phase
  • Teaching phase

10
Conferring with Children
  • What am I really, really trying to say?
  • Does this draft capture what I want to say?
  • What are you planning to do next with this
    draft?
  • What do you think is especially strong in this
    draft that you can build on?
  • Video example
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