Reading-Writing Workshop: types of writing craft used by author
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Rocket Writes a Story by Tad Hills: MUST HAVE for writing workshop at the beginning of the year... great story (not so much for "craft," but for helping students gain a writing identity.) Rocket learns about the reading-writing connection, collecting words, choosing important topics to write about, and more.
Mrs. a. Smith
Tons of great reading and writing anchor charts. Branson Reader's Workshop / Anchor Charts Photos
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Historical fiction at its best! Am reading my first book by this author and I really love her writing!
"Writing for Healing & Growth" is a workshop series founded by Leonard Tuchyner, LPC, author of "A Journey to Elsewhere: Poetry Through the Seasons of Life." This board is devoted to sharing how writing can be good medicine and a great tool for transitioning through life.
The Gingerbread Man Loose in the School craft. Part of a complete gingerbread unit filled with reading and writing activities and crafts for comparing versions of The Gingerbread Man. We even used these for our gingerbread man exchange!
Great example of beginning writing workshop. Also check out the reading "three ways to read a book" for D5--I like it.
The Geography of Loss: working with text and textiles to create an art quilt In this one day workshop, smart, witty, author, Patti Digh and Jane LafazioIwill collaborate to bring you a day of writing and stitching.