Teaching Young Writers: Strategies That Work
Finally, the practical details you need to teach—and guide—young writers. Takes you step by step through morning message, interactive writing, journal writing, story writing, non fiction writing, and more. Includes insightful management tips that ensure your writing program doesn’t become overwhelming for you or the kids. For use with Grades K-2.
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Saturday Morning Writers
Setting Up the Room Offering and Modeling the Use of Writing Tools
Learning the Process Together Interactive Writing
Pictures Letters and Messages The Power of Journals
From Beginning to Middle to End Reading and Writing Stories
Introducing Writing Process Steps and Rubrics
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