Introduction to Writing Workshop: TCRWP Writing Units of Study

Writing Workshop Writing Workshop is a framework for writing instruction and practice. It relies heavily on the understanding that students practice what theyve been taught and practice often More sustained writing: Storytelling, Shared Writing, Interactive, Independent Classroom environments and supplies that support the mini-lesson and the independent work of the student Feedback drives student growth Peer Feedback, Conferring (RDCT), Strategy Groups, Small Group Instruction, and Mentor Texts

TCRWP Kits and Materials Components: 4 Units: Narrative, Information, Opinion, and one grade specific unit A Guide to the Common Core Writing Workshop Writing Pathways: Assessments and Learning Progressions IfThen Anchor Chart Sticky Notes Trade book pack

Writing Workshop The essentials of Writing Workshop from TCRWP: Explicit instruction and opportunities for practice Authentic Writing Writing for real audience Student investment through choice Recognition that writing is a process Opportunities to read as writers (Mentor Text) Clear Goals and frequent feedback Reading Workshop Reading Workshop is a framework for reading instruction and practice. It relies heavily on the understanding that students practice what theyve been taught

with authentic texts More sustained reading using differentiated authentic texts tailored to meet the individual needs of the students: Strategies to reach the standard, Close Reading, Collaboration around ideas Classroom environments and supplies that support the mini-lesson and the independent work of the student Leveled Reading Room Feedback drives student growth Peer Feedback through partnerships and clubs, Conferring (RDCT), Guided Reading, Small Group Strategy Work

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