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  • 1. One to One: The Art of Conferring with Young Writers Presented By Anna Casilio and Ayriel Mawby By Lucy Calkins
  • 2.
    • Kinds of Conferences
      • Content Conferences
      • Expectation Conferences
      • Process and Goals Conferences
    Chapter 1: The Essentials of Conferring with Young Writers
  • 3.
    • Equip students to work with independence
    • Plan the workshop in detail
    • Teach children to sustain themselves as writers
    Chapter 2: The Management that Makes Conferring Possible
  • 4.
    • Record-keeping forms should help us in these ways:
      • Planning for Conferring
      • Observing Strengths
      • Noting Teaching Options
      • Widening our repertoire
      • Following up on our teaching
    Chapter 3: Efficient Record-Keeping Systems
  • 5.
    • Component Activities
      • Recalling what we already know about the child as a writer
      • Glancing at (and quickly reading) what the child has been writing
      • Observing the child at work without interrupting
      • Asking questions and probing to explore the child’s answers
    Chapter 4: The Research Phase
  • 6.
    • Decide what the child has done well and what you want to compliment
    • Decide what it is you want to teach the child-something you hope will help the child with this piece and with future writing
    • Decide how you will go about teaching my teaching point
    Chapter 5: The Decision Phase
  • 7.
    • Guided Practice
    • Demonstration
    • Explaining and Giving an Example
    • Tuck a second (or third) Teaching Point into a conference
    • Linking the Conference to the Child’s Ongoing Work
    Chapter 6: The Teaching Point and the Link to Independent Work
  • 8.
    • Making connections between reading and writing for all reading levels
    Chapter 7: Supporting Reading Development Through Conferring in Writing
  • 9.
    • What do we do during writing time?
    • What does writing mean?
    • What is the student’s role in a conference?
    • Focus on kindergarteners’ drawings to determine what to teach
    Chapter 8: Writing Conferences in Early Kindergarten
  • 10.
    • Making connections between conference/writing processes in other content areas
      • General conferring goals
      • Conference structure
      • Research
      • Decisions
    Chapter 9: Conferring with Young Artists, Mathematicians and Scientists
  • 11.
    • 3 Stages
      • Preproduction or Silent Period
      • Early Production
      • Speech Emergence
    Chapter 10: Conferring with English Language Learners
  • 12.
    • Continue developing your conferring skills
    • An endless process
    Chapter 11: Strengthening your Ability to Confer
  • 13.
    • Techniques
      • Contrast
      • Generalize
      • Focus on Process
      • Focus on Writing Identity
      • Combination
    Decide What the Child Has Done Well and Offer a Lasting Compliment
  • 14.
    • Conference Examples
    Part 2