Writing Is Never Done Mini Lesson

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Amanda Write Now
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Grade Levels
3rd - 6th
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Duration
9:42
$8.00
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Description

Teach your students to realize their full potential as a writer who doesn't give up and is always willing to make changes to their writing with videos, a mini lesson, poster and assessment tools!

The resource includes:

Cartoon Video

A super hero convinces a student how powerful their writing can be if only they realized that writing is never done and can always be improved. Length: 1 min 21 sec

Revision Video

This video walks students through the process of revising a draft about skiing. The teacher underlines, crosses out and elaborates on parts of the skiing draft. This video also teaches the concept of creating new paragraphs and how important it is to draft without stopping to think. Length: 8 min 22 sec

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Mini Lesson

This mini lesson is structured in the following way:

Materials- includes a pre-made chart for use with the lesson

Hook- a fun way to start the mini lesson

Teaching Point- a straightforward statement about what students will learn

Modeling- a way for you to show students the skill you are teaching

Practice-an opportunity for students to practice the skill with partners

Work Time & Conferences-how to send students off, track conferences and wrap up

Bonus Materials

Five Writing Process Posters

When You Think You're Done Poster

Conferencing Checklist

Student Checklist

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