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Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
Spice Up Your Writing PD
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  • 1. Spice Up Your Writing! Dawn Ferreyra Omaha Public Schools
  • 2. Preheat the Oven
  • 3. Our Focus for Today…• Understand how the 6 Traits and the Writing Process fit into Writers’ Workshop• Select and Extend a Mini-Lesson• Practice the Gradual Release Model
  • 4. Start Cooking!
  • 5. What’s for dinner?Expository Nachos Cream of Persuasive SoupChicken a la Narrative Boston Cream DescriptiveAfter Dinner Poetry
  • 6. Modes may have more than one recipe.
  • 7. What recipe do you need?• Mode: Expository • Mode: Expository• Form: Procedural • Form: Report – How To Writing – Research Report – Problem Solving – Book Report Steps
  • 8. Each mode has a different combination of the sameingredients, but the emphasis is changed with the form.
  • 9. What ingredients do I need?1 Cup Ideas 1 Cup Organization1 Cup Organization 1 Cup Sent. Fluency ½ C Sentence Fluency ½ C Ideas ½ C Conventions ½ C Conventions 1 tsp. Voice 1 tsp. Voice 1 tsp. Word Choice 1 tsp. Word Choice
  • 10. Use the writing process as you would a recipe.
  • 11. Ingredients:Word choice, Ideas, Conventions,Organization, Sentence Fluency, VoiceDirections:Combine all Ingredients as you follow theWriting Process. Let it simmer in a WritingPortfolio throughout the year, stirringoccasionally.
  • 12. Whet Your Appetite: Mini-Lessons •Establishing Procedures •Connect to Reading •Audience and Purpose
  • 13. Workshop Management Using Materials/Equipment Time Management Community Interactions Writer’s Craft Managing Independent Work Collecting Ideas Managing Portfolios Why Writers Write Using a Writers NotebookQuality and Conventions PurposeRubrics and Scoring Steps of the Writing ProcessSpelling 6 TraitsGrammar Writing to Different GenresParagraphing Reading-Writing ConnectionsPunctuation Writing StrategiesCapital Letters
  • 14. The Mini-Lesson Tree
  • 15. Modeled Lesson: 5-10 minutes Think Aloud While Writing Shows How to Write a Text Read Aloud With Authentic LiteratureShared: 5-10 minutes Shared Writing Interactive Writing Scaffolded Conversation
  • 16. Guided Practice: 10-20 minutes Sustained Writing Practice Writing ConferencesIndependent Practice: 10-20 minutes Sustained Independent Writing
  • 17. Modeling and Sharing• Read students a story. • Continue adding details• Think aloud about the with the whole group. details and the questions • Do we have everything we I’m still left with. need to make a complete,• Write a summary sentence interesting story? from the story.• Add a few details I think they might be missing.
  • 18. Guided and Independent • Open your writers• With your partner, read notebook to a story you the anchor story. wrote in the last month.• Highlight a part where • Use your highlighter to you can add more detail. mark a place you can add• On your detail chart, fill in more detail. details that add to the • On your detail chart, fill in story. details that add to the• Ask who, what, where, story. when, how. • Ask who, what, where, when, how.
  • 19. •Like any good chef, you need to try out multiplerecipes.•Revisit procedures, concepts, stories, drafts, pictures…•Choose your mini-lessons based on your student needs.•Use the gradual release process to guide instruction.•Let students share their work- peers, families, otherteachers.•Let them know what they say/write/design isimportant!
  • 20. The pen is the tongue of the mind. Miguel de Cervantes

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