Last week, the TWT co-author team shared ideas, strategies and tips for utilizing small group lessons in writing workshop. We sincerely hope you enjoyed the series and found a few nuggets of wisdom to help guide your teaching for all learners. In case you missed it, here are the links to each post in the series:
Melanie introduced our series with a brief overview and announced the giveaway from Candlewick Press.
On Monday, Stacey shared The High Value and High Reward of Including ALL Students in Small Group Lessons.
On Tuesday, Amy delved into how patterns help her identify next steps in Pattern-Seeking to Optimize Efficiency and Effectiveness.
On Wednesday, Beth discussed Favorite Ways to Teach Foundational Skills in the Primary Grades.
On Thursday, I wrote about ways to use Shared Writing in small group lessons with students in upper grades.
On Friday, so many helpful strategies and ideas were shared by Melanie in A Few Tips for Small Group Instruction.
Our series wrapped up on Saturday as Betsy shared The Power of Progressions, with fabulous visuals that help make learning more visible and attainable.
Thank you to Candlewick Press for donating ten books. Two readers will each receive 5 books. Congratulations to Sally Donnelly and Debbie Schatteman who are the lucky winners of this blog series giveaway!
Thank you to all our readers for sharing your ideas and comments during the blog series. We hope you found some inspiration to expand the reach through small group lessons.
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You’ve given me a reason to feel lucky today!! And a purpose, too. I promise to use my winning books to support readers and writers and teachers in more powerful small group work. Thanks for sharing your brilliance through this blog series and for randomly picking my name in your book raffle!!
This was an amazing series! It really is applicable across subject areas. Thank you!
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Thank you for your kind words, Shelley.
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