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  • 1. Reading and Writing
    Workshop
    ELA Curriculum Renewal
  • 2. Core Beliefs
    High volume of reading and writing helps students improve their skills.
    Differentiated instruction moves all children forward.
    Choice is a powerful motivator for students and is “real world”.
  • 3. WorkshopFormat
    Mini Lesson / Read Aloud
    Independent Work Time
    Reflect / Share
  • 4. Reading Workshop
    Mini Lesson / Read Aloud
    10-15 minutes
    reading strategy or skill
    model for students
    practice with partner
    variety of genres
    Writing Workshop
    10-15 minutes
    writing strategy or skill
    model for students
    practice with partner
    mentor texts
  • 5. Independent Work Time
    Reading Workshop
    Writing Workshop
    Students:
    reading self selected books
    responding in journals
    listening to text
    doing word work
    Teacher:
    conferring with individuals
    teaching guided reading
    Students:
    self selected writing
    Teacher:
    conferring with individuals
  • 6. Reading Workshop
    Reflect and Share Time
    • brief (5-8 minutes)
    • 7. teacher refers back to mini lesson or asks guiding question
    • 8. kids reflect on learning and share with class or partner
    Writing Workshop
    • brief (5-8 minutes)
    • 9. teacher refers back to mini lesson or asks guiding question
    • 10. kids reflect on learning and share with whole class or partner
  • What are we implementing this year?
    Fountas and Pinnell Assessment System
    Lucy Calkins Writing Workshop Units of Study
    Words Their Way Spelling
    Differentiated reading instruction
  • 11. These can all be incorporated into Reading Workshop.
    FavoriteStories
    Leveled Readers
    Novels
    Literature
    Circles
    Anthology

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