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10 Myths of Writer's Workshop

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

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