BUNDLE - Writing Strategies Charts - Goals #1 - 4 {NO PREP!} - 82 Charts in All!

BUNDLE - Writing Strategies Charts - Goals #1 - 4 {NO PREP!} - 82 Charts in All!
BUNDLE - Writing Strategies Charts - Goals #1 - 4 {NO PREP!} - 82 Charts in All!
BUNDLE - Writing Strategies Charts - Goals #1 - 4 {NO PREP!} - 82 Charts in All!
BUNDLE - Writing Strategies Charts - Goals #1 - 4 {NO PREP!} - 82 Charts in All!
BUNDLE - Writing Strategies Charts - Goals #1 - 4 {NO PREP!} - 82 Charts in All!
BUNDLE - Writing Strategies Charts - Goals #1 - 4 {NO PREP!} - 82 Charts in All!
BUNDLE - Writing Strategies Charts - Goals #1 - 4 {NO PREP!} - 82 Charts in All!
BUNDLE - Writing Strategies Charts - Goals #1 - 4 {NO PREP!} - 82 Charts in All!
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  1. CLICK HERE FOR A FREE SAMPLE FROM GOAL #2: ENGAGEMENT!Jennifer Serravallo's The Writing Strategies Book has been a lifesaver - it's chalk-full of amazing strategies designed to boost students' writing!I LOVE the charts that are outlined in the book, but don't always have time to draw them out by han
  2. CLICK HERE FOR A FREE SAMPLE!Jennifer Serravallo's The Writing Strategies Book has been a lifesaver - it's chalk-full of amazing strategies designed to boost students' writing!I LOVE the charts that are outlined in the book, but don't always have time to draw them out by hand. As such, I created my
  3. CLICK HERE FOR A FREE SAMPLE!Jennifer Serravallo's The Writing Strategies Book has been a lifesaver - it's chalk-full of amazing strategies designed to boost students' writing!I LOVE the charts that are outlined in the book, but don't always have time to draw them out by hand. As such, I created my
  4. CLICK HERE FOR A FREE SAMPLE FROM GOAL 2!Jennifer Serravallo's The Writing Strategies Book has been a lifesaver - it's chalk-full of amazing strategies designed to boost students' writing!I LOVE the charts that are outlined in the book, but don't always have time to draw them out by hand. As such, I
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CLICK HERE FOR A FREE SAMPLE FROM GOAL #2: ENGAGEMENT!

Jennifer Serravallo's The Writing Strategies Book has been a lifesaver - it's chalk-full of amazing strategies designed to boost students' writing!

I LOVE the charts that are outlined in the book, but don't always have time to draw them out by hand. As such, I created my own versions of many of the charts from Writing Strategy Goals #1: Composing with Pictures; Goal #2: Engagement; Goal #3: Generating and Collecting Ideas; AND Goal #4: Focus/Meaning. Each chart comes in full color along with the corresponding strategy # listed in the upper right-hand corner.

NOTE: You will need the The Writing Strategies Book in order to have background on how to use each strategy chart with students.

These charts can be used in a variety of ways:

  • Display them around the room as instructional aids.
  • Project them onto the Smart Board or Promethean Board during mini-lessons or small strategy groups.
  • Place them in a teacher binder to use during individual conferences.
  • Glue them into students’ writing notebooks as reference.

What You Get With This Resource:

  • A "How to Use These Posters/Charts" page
  • A list of posters/charts included
  • 82 full-color charts, complete with the corresponding strategy # listed in the upper righthand corner

This resource contains 12 charts to support the following strategies from Goal #1: Composing with Pictures:

1.5 - Add Detail to Make Pictures Easier to Read

1.7 - Look Back and Say, “How Can I Make This Clearer?”

1.8 - Make Your Picture Look Like the Picture in Your Mind

1.9 - Left to Right

1.10 - You Can Come Back to a Piece and Do More

1.11 - Drew the People? Draw the Place!

1.12 - Writing Across the Page

1.14 - Draw with Circles and Sticks

1.15 - Drawing with Shapes

1.16 - Touch, Then Draw

1.17 - Draw (the Best You Can) and Move On!

1.18 - Imagine It, Make It!

This resource contains 22 charts to support the following strategies from Goal #2: Engagement:

2.2 - Picture the End! (Or, Imagine It Done)

2.3 - Listen. Praise.

2.4 - Use the Room

2.5 - Decide a Piece is “Finished” (for Now) - and Self-Start a New One

2.6 - Writers are Problem Solvers

2.7 - The Pen is Mightier Than the Sword

2.8 - Keep Your Pencil in Your Hand/Fingers on the Keyboard

2.9 - Partners Can Give Gentle Reminders to Stay on Track

2.10 - Silence the “It’s No Good” Voice

2.12 - Reread to Jump Back In

2.13 - Keep Objects Close

2.14 - Set a “More” Goal for the Whole Writing Time

2.15 - Break Up Your Writing Time into Smaller Chunks

2.16 - Stuck with Writing? Read.

2.18 - Keep a Side Project

2.19 - Consult a Fellow Writer

2.21 - Why Do You Write?

2.22 - One Bite at a Time

2.23 - Your Aim: Black on White

2.25 - Live Like Someone Consumed by a Project

2.26 - Write to Vent, Then Turn to Your Project

2.27 - Be Realistic

This resource contains 25 charts to support the following strategies from Goal #3: Generating and Collecting Ideas:

3.2 - Moments with Strong Feelings

3.3 - Observe Closely

3.6 - Reread and Look for Patterns

3.7 - Writing to Change the World!

3.8 - Walk Your World

3.9 - Interview to Dig for and Uncover Topics

3.11 - Mine Mentor Texts for Topics

3.13 - Start with a Character

3.14 - Listen for (and Write!) Music

3.15 - Jot Today, Write Tomorrow

3.19 - Always Times, One Time

3.20 - Ideas for Other Genres Might Be Hiding (in Plain Sight)

3.21 - Borrow a (Spark) Line

3.22 - Found Poems

3.23 - Over and Over

3.24 - Wonder, “What If...?”

3.25 - Mix and Match Story Elements

3.26 - Word Mapping

3.27 - If It Could Go on Facebook, You Can Jot It in a Notebook

3.29 - Collect Triggers

3.30 - Subtopics Hiding in Topics

3.32 - Abstract Issues, Specific Examples

3.34 - Read Something on an Unfamiliar Topic

3.35 - Person vs. Nature

3.36 - Find Characters and Ideas in the World

This resource contains 23 charts to support the following strategies from Goal #4: Focus/Meaning:

4.1 - Make Your Pictures and Your Words Agree

4.3 - Find the Heart

4.4 - Write a Title

4.5 - Write About a Pebble

4.6 - Zoom In on a Moment of Importance

4.8 - Find Your Passion to Focus

4.9 - Imagine Your Audience and Consider Your Purpose

4.10 - Write a Poem to Try On a Focus

4.11 - Cut It to the Bone

4.12 - Underline One Line (That Says the Most)

4.13 - Their Topic, Your Idea

4.14 - Use a Search Engine to Find Connections

4.15 - Focus on an Image

4.16 - Find a Theme in Your Collection

4.17 - Craft an “Elevator Speech”

4.18 - Craft a Thesis

4.19 - The “So What?” Rule

4.20 - Write “Off the Page”

4.21 - Focus on an Issue

4.22 - What Problem Are You Solving?

4.23 - Experimental Draft to Find Focus

4.24 - Let Available Sources Steer Your Focus

4.25 - Shape Your Focus with Active Verbs

NOTE PT. 2: The Writing Strategies Book is a trademark and/or registered trademark of Jennifer Serravallo/Heinemann Publishers. This file is an independent product and is not affiliated with, nor has it been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Jennifer Serravallo/Heinemann Publishers. 

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Yours in Literacy,

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