Think about what you wrote and discussed. What strategy would you want to experiment with in your own “Favorite Place” piece today? Write the strategy down next to your quick write. Experiment with a New Strategy Experiment: Reading/Writing Connection
Think about the revision you just completed. Complete the following sentences and then share with a partner. Think/Pair/Share Reflect: Debrief and Self-Assess The persuasive strategy I chose was: ________________. This improved/did not improve my writing because: ________________________________________.
The Jeff Anderson Cycle Region 13’s visual representation of Jeff Anderson’s Analysis Process from the book 10 Things Every Writer Should Know.
Marathoners A marathoner doesn’t run a marathon a day to prepare for a marathon –Long runs –Pace work –Drills –Planning for logistics of long run
To Prepare Students for STAAR and College/Career Readiness... Author’s Craft/Purpose –Recognizing author's strategies –Analyzing effect –Synthesizing effect for purpose –Effectively using strategies in own writing Appreciation of Written Word Critical Reading of Written Word We can do all of this through... Analysis of MENTOR Texts
What Writing Looks Like in Other Content/Electives Exit Slips—with a clear controlling idea Written Response—with supporting details Silent Conversation Other Writing Across Curriculum strategies Schmoker on literacy implementation: –“systems,” “support” and “ongoing professional development”
If Your Team Has Attended: Reading and Writing Across the Content Areas Expository Writing Fun with Figure 19 Poetry and Drama Analysis Reader’s Workshop Or any of the ELAR team’s workshops
Region 13 Product Published MENTOR texts Student Sample Essays –Strong –Developing All passages exemplify a writing focus Coaching strategies for improving ongoing writing instruction
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