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Draft Plans for Literary Essays

My students are going to be drafting while I’m out of the room doing reading assessments this-coming Thursday. Hence, I’m a little bit panicked since I don’t like being out of the room on days when kids are selecting a seed idea or when they start drafting. (I have an amazing guest teacher… so it’s not that. I guess I’m a bit of a control-freak when it comes to Writing Workshop!) Therefore, I developed the following chart to help them realize exactly what I expect them to do while I’m away.

While we’re on the subject of chart creation, Jane asked me to share some of my other News & Announcement Charts for Morning Meeting. Here are the ones I created for the upcoming week:

Stacey Shubitz View All

Literacy Consultant. Author. Former 4th and 5th Grade Classroom Teacher.

3 thoughts on “Draft Plans for Literary Essays Leave a comment

  1. These morning messages gave me some great ideas. I am interested in the literary essay. Could you please post what an on-level literacy essay looks like using that organizer? Thanks!


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