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Reading Log

Reading Log

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Published by: Alyssa Dekany on Apr 27, 2011
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Reading LogCaulkins Ch. 3&4Using Supplies Independently
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uring early minilessons we are teaching children how to act during this important time
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ake sure children value their writing tools that they are using
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anaging their supplies teaches children to take on the identity of being a writer as wellas preparing them for the tools of the trade that they will use later in life
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fficiency is key for using time during the writing workshop
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stablish a writing workshop routine (p. 24)
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Connect student¶s drawings with stories that the students will be writing in the writingworkshop
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Students should envision some kind of picture in their heads before they go off and write
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eacher should confer with the student about their writing as well as having the studentsturn and discuss with a partner 
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odel difficulties that some children may face in the writing workshop
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ave the students give you advice on what to do to make the process easier 
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It is important to prep the students for the share because it can be an important teachingmoment for the while class
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o a follow up lesson on the same topic for the children who need more time drawingcomplicated ideasChen Ch. 8Writing Workshop
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uring writing workshop, we create an environment where children are immersed in beautiful literature and various genres that help them envision what they themselvescould do as writers (p. 115)
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Children need tools, time and expectations to practice their writing
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Writing development is a way of expressing meaning on paper 
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Read alouds expose children to the
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nglish language and all levels of it
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rocess model of writing: emphasis on teaching & learning involved as children create piece of writing
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Includes the development of ideas, drafting, revising, editing, & publishing theninto the product
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*H
UG
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misconception about
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nglish language learners: if they haven¶t developedenough oral language they cannot write
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Children should have a choice in what they want to write
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hey should write for a variety of purposes & audiences
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ifferent genres of writing should be model for students so they can experience writingin these different genres

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