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Saturday, September 13, 2014

Writing Workshop


Has your child been telling you about the work they are doing in writing workshop? We have been generating ideas using "I felt ______ because ________." and learning how to create storyboards. Our storyboards help us map out our ideas so when we are ready to begin drafting, we have a guide to follow. Here are the steps needed to create a storyboard. Your child should be able to explain each step and how it looks.


And, here's an example of a storyboard I modeled for the students. Your child should be able to tell you the beginning, middle, and end of my story using first person words like "me, mine, my, and I".


This week, they will begin making their own storyboards! Be sure to check in with them to see what they are writing about!

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