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Lesson Plan/TC Format/ Using Adjectives in Writer's Workshop to Show, Not Tell

Lesson Plan/TC Format/ Using Adjectives in Writer's Workshop to Show, Not Tell
Lesson Plan/TC Format/ Using Adjectives in Writer's Workshop to Show, Not Tell
Lesson Plan/TC Format/ Using Adjectives in Writer's Workshop to Show, Not Tell
Lesson Plan/TC Format/ Using Adjectives in Writer's Workshop to Show, Not Tell
Lesson Plan/TC Format/ Using Adjectives in Writer's Workshop to Show, Not Tell
Lesson Plan/TC Format/ Using Adjectives in Writer's Workshop to Show, Not Tell
Lesson Plan/TC Format/ Using Adjectives in Writer's Workshop to Show, Not Tell
Lesson Plan/TC Format/ Using Adjectives in Writer's Workshop to Show, Not Tell
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This lesson can be incorporated into any writer's workshop program, including the Crafting True Stories unit by Lucy Calkins. There are a couple of mentor text options, including book Hairy, Scary, Ordinary What is an Adjective? by Brian P. Cleary Or Show, Don’t Tell : The Secrets of Writing, by Josephine Nabisco. You can use any text you want to, however. It begins with a motivating puppet play, and then involves the students in a game that reinforces the learning and gives them a chance to move around. There is a student narrative that can be used as an example, as well as a narrative written by me. This lesson is also in alignment with the common core language standards.
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