Writers Workshop Personal Narrative Writing Process Unit

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2nd - 4th
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Have you always wanted to run an organized, purposeful Writing Workshop? Do your students struggle with starting and finishing a piece of writing? Do their stories need a little more guidance? This systematic approach to Writing Workshop is jam-packed with resources proven to get your students successfully writing. The best part? You can put it in motion TODAY.

This 180+ page best-selling bundle includes:

•Teacher Binder cover

•Complete set up guide

•The first 20 lessons to successfully launch your Writing Workshop

•Blank, editable writing minilesson page

•Blank, editable minilesson ideas list

•Writing Assessment procedures, 4 assessment prompts and an editable assessment prompt, scoring rubric, student self-evaluation

•Writing Workshop Conference Notes (individual and whole class notes)

•Status of the Class printable

•Student binder cover page (color or b/w), student journal cover page, student "While You Wait Work" cover pages (you fill with your own appropriate independent activities-DOL, handwriting, word ladders, etc.)

•Personal Narrative Checklist

•Rough Draft Checklist (+ multiple editable checklist options)

•Topics to Write About blank list

•Writing Ideas List (common topics to spark writing)

•Prewriting Map and Sketch pages (personal narrative graphic organizer)

•Peer Conference and Revising Recording Sheet

•Writing cover page (for publishing)

•7 differentiated lined writing pages (for publishing)

•About the Author page

•Dedication page

•Reflection page

•The Writing Process (detailed student direction pages)

•Writing Process posters

•Writing Process display (students move their name along as they complete each step)

•Why Writers Write poster

•What Writers Write poster

•Our Class Book cover

•Author's Chair Sign Up sheet

•Seasonal Word Banks

•Writing Portfolio cover

•Editable rubric

•Bulletin board/Writing center pencil letters banner (A-Z, 0-9 and various symbols)

•and MORE!

PLUS, a digital version of resources to use in Google Slides--perfect for continuing a writing workshop during distance learning or as a paperless version in the classroom!

Download the PREVIEW to get a GLIMPSE of what is included!

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Writing Prompts Informative Explanatory

Writing Prompts Opinion Argumentative

Writing Prompts Personal Narrative

More Anchor Charts:

Adding Details



Asking Questions

Author's Purpose


Cause and Effect

Character Traits

Close Reading

Compare and Contrast

Complete Sentences

Compound Words

Conclusion Writing

Context Clues


Fact and Opinion

Fiction vs. Nonfiction

Figurative Language

Friendly Letter Writing

Hamburger Paragraph Writing


How To Writing



Irregular Plural Nouns

Main Idea and Details

Making Connections

Making Predictions

Nonfiction Text Features


OREO Writing


Peer Conference

Peer Editing


Point of View

Prefix and Suffix


RACE Writing

Reading Expectations

Reading Fluency



Silent Magic e

Similes and Metaphors

Small Moments Writing

Spice Up Your Writing

Story Elements

Story Structure

Synonyms and Antonyms


Verbs Poster


What Good Writers Do

Writing Expectations

Writing Hooks

Writing Ideas

Writing Rubric

Writing Student Goals

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Write narratives in which they recount a well-elaborated event or short sequence of events, include details to describe actions, thoughts, and feelings, use temporal words to signal event order, and provide a sense of closure.
With guidance and support from adults and peers, focus on a topic and strengthen writing as needed by revising and editing.
Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.
With guidance and support from adults, produce writing in which the development and organization are appropriate to task and purpose.
With guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, and editing.


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