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    • 10 Myths of Writer’s Workshop
    • Mathew Needleman
    • Mathew Needleman
    • Mathew Needleman
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    • Students can write without modeling. Myth #1
    • Writers write at the same pace. Myth #2
    • Students can’t come up with their own writing ideas. They need prompts. Myth #3
    • Drawing is for babies. Myth #4
    • Good writers don’t change their minds. Myth #5
    • Stories need a beginning, middle, and end. Myth #6
    • Where’s the beef? Myth #7
    • Revising and proofreading are t he same thing...and students can’t do either. Myth #9
    • Students can’t follow prompts. Myth #10 Communication Guide _________ uses camouflage by _____________. It’s important that it uses camouflage because ______________________.
    • We write because the teachers tells us to. Bonus Myth
    • Lucy Caulkins Units of Study Acknowledgements
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