The time investment you will spend in immersion may seem like a lot – especially if you’re providing students with four days to understand a genre. However, students will gain a greater understanding of the kind of writing you are asking them to produce if they have a clear vision for what the end product should look like.
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How are you feeling now that we’re six days into the month-long SOLSC?
We’re five days in to our month-long writing challenge!
It’s the fourth day of our 31-day writing challenge!
Are you ready to share the link to your slice of life story and leave supportive comments for other Slicers?
We’re on day two of our month-long writing challenge!
March has arrived, which means it’s time for our month-long writing challenge.
Please take a few minutes to flip through the embedded PPT for some essential information about the Challenge.
Today’s the final warm-up before our month-long writing challenge begins this Friday.
After you leave the link to your slice of life story today, please take a moment to fill out the Participant Information Form for the 12th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge (if you haven’t done so already). The link is in body of this post.
Attention first-year and returning Slicers: Please fill out this year’s participant information form. Filling out the form takes less than five minutes and helps us stay organized during the Challenge.
Before you leave the link to your slice of life story today, please take a moment to read the announcements and enjoy a quote about writing.
Would you like to help your striving writers so they can be more independent? Try a coaching conference to move them forward!
Before you leave the link to your slice of life story today, PLEASE read the announcement about the Participant Information Form at the top of today’s announcements.
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.
A winter recess is upon us here at Two Writing Teachers! While we’re looking forward to our blogging break, we have a lot in store for 2019!
Find out more in this post.
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