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Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop 1
Getting Started With Writers Workshop : What it looks and sounds like. Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop2
Writers choose writing topics using an idea bag Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop3
Writers use a sketch to plan their writing. Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop4
Writers use important people in their lives to sketch and write about. Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop5
How to talk with a writing partner Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop6
Writers use important places in their lives to sketch and write about. Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop7
Writers add setting details to their stories in order to make the readers make pictures in their minds Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop 8
Writers Revise by adding Dialogue –By adding the actual words the character says Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop9
Writers leave clues for the reader to figure out (show not tell) Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop10
Writers look through books to get writing ideas Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop11
Writers learn to spell using a personal spelling list. Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop12
Writers spell the best they can by stretching out the sounds in words Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop13
Writers learn to write using specific details Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop14
Writers use ending punctuations to give our writing power and voice Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop15
Writers choose a piece to polish, publish, and practice. Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop16
Writers make their writing look special in order to share it at the writing celebration. Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop17
Writers Celebration Writers share published writing with the class. Writing Unit 1 - Getting Started: Launching the Writing Workshop18
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