Writing Forms

We use writers workshop so these get tweaked every year as I develop more knowledge and the students change.

 

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  2. Hello! I just attended the MRA Conference in Grand Rapids where you discussed your reading check-ins. I wondered if you had an example of how you conducted these? I have such long reading conferences, where I am not able to get to nearly enough students in a week, and really liked your idea of the shorter talks. Thanks!

  3. Hello: I too just attended your Grand Rapids Rdg. Conf. U truly brought back the joy and fun of reading into my 5 rdg. classes. My principal asked me to present your main ideas so I am going to show your new book to my staff and am looking for the binder idea and other quick assessment ideas you shared with us at the conference. Can U please tell me where these are located on your website? Thanks for making my kids happy about choosing books they want to read for the first 10 min. of class again! Karen Gray, Teacher in Sterling Heights, Michigan

  4. Hi, I love this idea! I am a middle school technology teacher and was curious if you could share your blogging challenges that you did. I am very interested in implementing this in my classroom.

  5. Do you have any recommendations for great mentor texts to use for middle school writers when talking about developing realistic characters?

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