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2 Writing Instructional Plan K Seminole County Public Schools Department of Teaching and Learning Seminole County Public Schools Elementary Writing Website Seminole County Public Schools Elementary Writing Website

3 Elementary Language Arts and Writing Mission Statement – Seminole County Public Schools To ensure that each student in the SCPS elementary grades, armed with research-based strategies and skills, writes effectively to express his/her ideas in a variety of situations and genres.

4 Important Dates to Remember Important Dates to Remember…

5 DOE Guidelines Essay Writing Test

6 DOE Open Response Test Items

7 Grade Level Writing Genres and Products Grade K-1 Kindergarten Writer’s Workshop Narrative Writing Personal Narrative Informational/Expository Writing Pattern Books How To Books Research Report Opinion Writing Favorites Letter Writing Text Based Questions Grade 1 Writer’s Workshop Narrative Writing Small Moment Personal Narrative Informational/Expository Writing All About Nonfiction Research Report How To Book (optional) Opinion Writing Favorites Letter Writing Text Based Questions

8 Grade Level Writing Genres and Products Grade 2-3 Grade 2 Narrative Writing Implementing Writer’s Workshop Personal Narrative Fairy Tale Folk Tale Informational/Expository Writing Research Report Compare/Contrast Essay Opinion Writing Literary Analysis Essay – Opinion Favorite Character Opinion Letter Writing Text Based Questions Grade 3 Narrative Writing Informational/Expository Writing Opinion Writing Text Based Questions Grade 3 Narrative Writing Implementing Writer’s Workshop Small Moment Personal Narrative Writing a Fable Writing a Tall Tale Informational/Expository Writing Informational Article Research Report Cause Effect Essay Opinion Writing Opinion Essay Opinion Character Traits Essay Opinion Problem-Solution Essay Text Based Questions

9 Grade Level Writing Genres and Products Grade 4-5 Grade 4 Narrative Writing Implementing Writer’s Workshop Personal Narrative Historical Fiction Informational/Expository Writing Informational Article Literary Analysis Essay – Theme Research Report Opinion Writing Opinion Essay Opinion Letter Cause Effect Essay Text Based Questions Grade 5 Narrative Writing Informational/Expository Writing Opinion Writing Text Based Questions Grade 5 Narrative Writing Implementing Writer’s Workshop Personal Narrative Tall Tale Folktale Informational/Expository Writing Informational Article Research Report Cause/Effect Essay Opinion Writing Opinion Essay Opinion Literary Analysis Text Based Questions

10 Key Components of the Instructional Writing Plan  Florida Language Arts Standards  District Writing Calendar  Writer’s Workshop  Learning Goals  Lesson Plans  Instructional Resources  Pacing Guide  Assessments  Rubrics  Lesson Plans – Text Dependent Questions

11 District Writing Calendar Grades 2-5 Note the different genres and the amount of time spent writing in each genre

12 District Writing Calendar Kindergarten

13 District First Grade Calendar

14 District Expository Graphic Organizers Grade 3-5 Grade K Grade 2 Grade 1

15 District Narrative Graphic Organizers Grade K Grade 2 Grade 1 Grade 3-5

16 Florida Language Arts Standards

17 Completion of Instructional Plans – Grades K, 1, and 4

18 End of year writing instruction - Grades 2, 3 and 5 4/27-5/28 – Teachers can use lessons from either Informational/Expository Writing or Opinion Writing to help students reach proficiency in writing.

19 Writer’s Workshop Lucy Calkin’s Writing Workshop follows a predictable pattern. 1. Mini-Lesson (5-15 minutes) 2. Independent Writing (20-35 minutes) 3. Conferring (during independent writing time) 4. Sharing (5-10 minutes )  Students will have a Writing Folder and a Writer’s Notebook

20 Conferencing Conferencing It is important to remember that the purpose of a conference is not to resolve the problem, but to identify it, suggesting resources and ways to proceed. Lucy Calkins

21 Modeling

22 Learning Goals

23 Lesson Plans Column #1 Column #2 Column #3 Column #4

24 Lesson Plans Text Dependent Questions

25 Instructional Resources

26 Pacing Guide

27 Assessments District PMAs

28 Please remember…  “To err is human, to forgive, divine.” - Alexander Pope, An Essay on Criticism

29 Questions  If you have any questions please feel free to contact either    


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