My students have been getting sparked by a character to develop believable stories in their realistic fiction unit.
Have you always dreamed of eradicating homework for your students? This post will help you get started on making that dream a reality with three steps you can take this weekend.
In my previous November post about partnerships, three ideas were shared: (1) Study existing partnerships to assess current and potential effectiveness; (2) Teach a replicable process for meaningful revision; and (3) Teach writers how to create process pages. Today I will share just a few more strategies for supporting and strengthening writing partnerships…
For young children, one of the most challenging parts of writing a sentence is including spaces between words. I’ve collected a variety of strategies and tools to support writers with this feat.
Welcome to SOL Tuesday! Take a peek at links and information related to the March Challenge ICYMI and of course–write, share, and give!
March is coming at us! Maybe more quickly than we realize… Among other things, March brings the Slice of Life Story Challenge (SOLSC)! At Two Writing Teachers, we hope you are … Continue Reading Seeking Prize Donations for SOL Challenge
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The cornerstone of writing workshop is that students get to choose their own topics rather than be assigned a topic by the teacher.
The three seeds I offer can be done without planning, and promise to inspire the writers in your room. So, no matter how busy we get, we can be sure we are doing great things for the writers in our classrooms!
Welcome to a Roundup of our OLW posts for 2019!
Welcoming 2019 with Tuesday Slice of Life and a new hashtag! #SOL19