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2018 CLASSROOM SOLSC FOR STUDENTS: DAY 19 OF 31

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Welcome to Day 19 of the Classroom Slice of Life Story Challenge!

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

4905732986896384Have you stopped by to see who won the student commenting challenge from last weekend?  It might be nice to drop by and thank the winner.  But don’t stop there, stop by the blogs of the many others who took time to comment on your student’s blogs during the challenge.

 

INSPIRATION/TODAY’S QUESTION

Today’s Question for Classroom SOLSC Teachers:

In what ways have you witnessed growth in your writers?

Please respond in the comments below, or leave a question or thought you have about the challenge so far.

QUESTIONS?

After reading the information in the links above, if you still have questions about the Classroom SOLSC contact one of us. (Please don’t use Twitter or Facebook to contact us with SOLSC questions).

  • If your last name begins with the letters A – G, please email questions to DebFrazier4{at}gmail.com.
  • If your last name begins with the letters H – M, please email questions to beth{at}elizabethmoore.work.
  • If your last name begins with the letters N- S, please email questions to Lanny Ball lanny.ball[{at}gmail.com.
  • If your last name begins with the letters T – Z, please email questions to Kathleen Sokolowski mrs.sokolowski{at}gmail.com.

 

3 thoughts on “2018 CLASSROOM SOLSC FOR STUDENTS: DAY 19 OF 31 Leave a comment

  1. Students are finding their unique voices as writers and telling stories that REALLY matter to them. (And to the world — one of my students wrote an incredible 6-post series on her experience in war-torn Syria that EVERYONE should read!) Several students have talked to me about how they are realizing that writing their tough stories is helping them deal with difficult emotions! Students are also taking creative risks and trying out different writing strategies. Moreover, they are building community by reading and commenting each other’s posts!

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  2. I think some kids have grown by being able to choose topics more independently. Others have shown voice. Some students are growing by reading more posts and learning to write a more thoughtful comment. I’ll be on the lookout for more growth!

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