For more information visit: Teaching That Makes Sense, at http://www.ttms.org “Writer’s Workshop is a popular way of organizing a writing class for one simple reason: it works better than any other management system yet devised. And it works because it is based on the idea that students learn to write best when they write frequently, for …
Category: 10. Writers’ Workshop and Digital WW
Here is an engaging way to begin to know your students, and introduce them to each other and the writing process! See what others have done using Lyon’s poem as a prompt — and try it yourself! Where I’m From, a poem by George Ella Lyon, writer and teacher Source: Where I’m From, a poem …
Source: A Place for Talk in a Writers’ Workshop – National Writing Project “It was not until I began reading about teaching writing that I realized that those morning gab sessions were responsible for this excellent writing. Whereas I thought we were “stealing” writing time to talk, we were really practicing the art of …
http://digitalwritingworkshop.wikispaces.com/DWW+Resources This is an excellent resource for The Digital Writing Workshop, by Troy Hicks (Heinemann, 2009). You’ll find chapter resources and so much more! What will you learn next? How will you support your students’ writing development and digital literacy?