Writer's Workshop Mini-Lesson
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Here is a mini-lesson for writer's workshop emphasizing one of the five senses

Here is a mini-lesson for writer's workshop emphasizing one of the five senses

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  • 1. Writer’s Workshop
    • How To Use The Five Senses In Your Writing!
  • 2. The Five Senses
    • Hearing
    • Smelling
    • Touching
    • Tasting
    • Sight
  • 3. The Sense of Sight
    • Sense of Sight
  • 4. The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats
  • 5. Lets Read and Look At The Scene
    • Use your eyes to decide on what Peter saw. Think about what he saw out the window.
  • 6. How Could We Write it? How Could We Write It? Think about what you see in the picture. Say in your head, “I see _____________.” Write it down.
  • 7. What Did Peter See? I see that…
    • snow covered everything.
    • snow covered the street.
    • snow covered the ground.
    • snow covered the sidewalk.
    • snow made everything white.
  • 8. Ms. Sullivan’s Example
  • 9. I think…What do I see?
    • I see snow.
    • I see Brysen skiing down our driveway.
    • I see the sun.
    • I see that Brysen had skied down the driveway before.
  • 10. My writing! I sketched it and wrote my sentences.
  • 11. Lets Get Ready to Write!
    • Think of a picture of your story in your head.
    • Tell your partner what you see.
    • Give me a thumbs up when you are ready to write!
  • 12. Go Writer’s!
    • Write What You See!