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It's Day 18 of the Classroom Slice of Life Challenge! Time for teachers to remember the important role they are playing in nurturing the writing identities of their students...
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Welcome back for Day 6 of the Classroom Slice of Life Story Challenge! We are so glad you are with us this month. Our entire Two Writing Teachers team is incredibly proud of our community of teachers who write. Please remember that the Classroom SOLSC is meant to parallel the adult Slice of Life Story Challenge… Continue reading Classroom SOLSC for Students: Day 6 of 31
Erika Victor, a third-grade teacher at an international school in Kuala Lumpur, shares her experiences from the Classroom Slice of Life Story Challenge with us today.
Lee Ann Spillane, a high school teacher, asserts that sharing stories at a common table is what the Classroom Slice of Life Story Challenge is all about.
Katy Collins, a sixth-grade teacher, has been slicing with her students for several years. If you're thinking about participating in the Classroom SOLSC with your students, then you'll want to read her post.
Anytime you try something new, there will be lessons learned. The Classroom Slice of Life Story Challenge (SOLSC) was an ambitious endeavor for my third graders, but a very worthwhile one. As I reflect on the experience, I consider the successes, the difficulties and ways to improve upon what I started this year.