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Writer's Workshop for ESL Students: Refuting an Argument
6th - 9th
Thorough and well-organized, this lesson plan helps pupils to weigh, build, and refute an argument (the latter of which is featured here; the first two parts are linked within the resource). Given a simplified argument and counter...
Welcome to MASH Boot Camp Training: Writer's Workshop
2nd - 3rd
While designed to provide teachers with information about running a writer's workshop in their classroom, this resource could be altered to provide a list of guidelines for students. Since conducting a writer's workshop can sometimes be...
Blogging to Create a Community of Writers #1: Setting Up the Blog
Writer's workshop is an idea that's been around for years. Students write, read, and comment on each others writing in an authentic and thoughtful way. Here is a 21st century twist, 6th graders will use the class blog to create a...
Inspiration: Narrative Writing Workshop
6th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Narrative writing is accessible when you reveal the not so mysterious writing process! Although this writer's workshop lesson plan is valuable on its own, it's really designed to introduce pupils to Inspiration Software. Screenshots...
How Can We Write A Story Using Dr. Seuss' Writing and Illustration Style?
3rd - 5th
Learners write a story. In this writing style and illustration lesson, students review elements of Dr. Seuss' writing and illustration style and read a few more books written by him, examining the writing style. Learners work in...
Young Writer's Workshop Writing Prompt Worksheet- Monkeys at the Zoo
3rd - 4th
In this writer's workshop worksheet, students write an open response essay to extend the prompt, "Two monkeys were loose at the zoo and they..." They see a picture of two monkey wreaking havoc on an man sitting on a bench in the zoo.