This week, we are thinking about how to strengthen students’ comments! We are also thinking about mentor texts that inspire writing. Please share your ideas in the comments!
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It’s April, which means we are back to Tuesday Slices and also, Classroom Slice of Life has begun!
Poetry, she thought, with a sigh,is little more than proseedited forbrevityand line breaks. Right now, I’m doing a poetry unit with my fourth graders. Most of them dread poetry writing. … Continue Reading Poetry Month: That’s the (Line) Breaks
We are off and running in our April Classroom SOLSC! Read on for more inspiration and thoughts about the challenge.
March seemed like it was never-ending. I glanced at my planner last week and realized one whole week left in March. For those that share my sentiment, breathe, we made … Continue Reading Bringing Down Students’ Affective Filter
It is Day 31 of the 15th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge, and you are here. Way to go! Let’s finish the month strong with a final opportunity to write, share, and give.
We are down to the final two days of the Slice of Life Story Challenge. Go ahead–whoop it up! Congratulations on being here: writing, writing, writing through the end of the month.
Welcome to Day 29 of the 15th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge! Ready to write, share, and give? We can’t wait to read the stories you have to tell.
Making our own learning visible to children can help them understand that it takes lots of attempts to get good at something.
Four days to go–we can do this! Welcome to Day 28 of the Slice of Life Story Challenge!
We are almost ready for the April Classroom SOLSC to start! Get some inspiration and ideas today!
It’s Day 27. . . Can you see the finish line in sight? We’re getting closer! We hope you’ll join us today for the Slice of Life Story Challenge.
Welcome to Day 26 of the Slice of Life Story Challenge! We are so happy you are here!
It’s day the 25th day of our month-long writing challenge! #sol22
While none of these ideas for information writing require that students go through the entire process of writing an introduction-to-conclusion information piece, they do have the potential to inspire students to do some on-the-spot information writing, and sometimes these short spurts provide the practice or jump-starts that students need.
Join us for the 24th day of the 15th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge! #sol22
It’s Day 23 of the Slice of Life Story Challenge at Two Writing Teachers! #sol22
Join educators from all over the globe the 2022 Slice of Life Story Challenge! #sol22
It is inching closer to April! Here is your go-to guide for setting up the challenge!