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    • This work shop is to guide teachers to a better writing for their students. It is divided into six steps to be given in six periods.
    • Step one
    • There are many important things that students have to know before writing: Some spelling rules The structure of the sentence Instructions for handwriting
    • Step Two
    • The first step in writing a composition is to choose the title. Think about the type of paper you are expected to produce. Should it be a general overview, or a specific analysis.
    • If it is a specific analysis, make sure your topic is fairly specific. If it is too general, you must choose a narrower subtopic to discuss.
    • (min )5 Choose a title Be sure to make it specific
    • The purpose of using a graphic organizer is to organize your ideas and put them on paper, in an organized format
    • Begin with a circle or a horizontal line or whatever shape you prefer in the middle of a paper. Inside the shape write the topic.
    • From your center shape or line, draw 3 or 4 lines out.
    • At the end of each line, draw another horizontal or circle. In each shape or each line, write the main ideas that you have about your topic, or the main points that you want to .make
    • (min )20 Using a graphic organizer arrange your ideas about the topic you chose
    • Step Three
    • It should give your reader an idea about the essay's intent, including a basic statement of what the essay will discuss .
    • (min )20 Write an introduction for the title you chose
    • It presents the evidence that supports the ideas. Use concrete examples and avoid generalities.
    • (min )20 Write a body for your essay
    • Step Four
    • The conclusion should summarize and make sense of the evidence you presented in the body
    • (min )20 Write a conclusion for your essay
    • Step Five
    • Editing While editing isn't always a student's favorite task, it's an important task nonetheless. During this stage, students will check spelling, grammar, punctuation, capitalization, and subject/ verb agreement.
    • n Finished With Writing Chec cups C – Capitals U – Understanding P – Punctuation S – Spelling
    • Capitalization Each sentence starts with a capital letter. All names of people and places begin with a capital letter. Titles in a person's name begin with a capital letter. Each important word in a title (that doesn't refer to people) begins with a capital letter.
    • Understanding Story starts at the beginning, or with . the most exciting event Beginning and ending make sense. Order of events is easy to follow. All sentences are complete and include a subject and a verb
    • Punctuation Quotation marks surround all words that are part of a direct quote. Commas separate items in a list, appear within sentences that have direct quotes. All sentences end with a period or other appropriate ending punctuation.
    • Spelling Make sure that words are spelled correctly. If you are using a computer, remember to use the spell check function. All sentences are complete and include a subject and a verb. All subjects and verbs agree.
    • Fix What Needs Fixing  
    • (min )5 Use the checklist to evaluate your essay
    • Peer Review This cycle allows students one more look before showing their work publicly. It can be done through peer review.
    • (min )7 Use the checklist to evaluate your friend’s essay
    • Step six
    • Story Pyramid Fill in the Story Pyramid with suitable words: One word naming the main character Two words that describe the main character words describing the place Three (setting) Four words describing the problem Five words describing another event Six words describing another event Seven words describing another event Eight words describing the ending
    • comic strips Write out a dialogue in the bubbles above the characters' heads
    • Flip-flop Story 1. Fold a paper in half and crease. 2. Cut 2 slits on one side of the folded paper.
    • Flip-flop Story 3.Write “Beginning – Middle – End” on top of each flap. 4. Under the first flap write a beginning of a story with an illustration. 5. Pass the Flip-flop to the other group to continue the development of the story with an illustration. 6. Pass the Flip-flop, again, to the third group to write a conclusion for the story with an illustration.
    • The Newspaper Write a head line for the picture Write an article about the picture
    • Write it briefly so they will read, clearly so they will appreciate it, picturesquely so they will remember it, and above all accurately so they will be guided by its light. American journalist and p
    • If you want your students to change be creative Because , if you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always