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I would like to incorporate 6 traits with writer's
workshop. I am interested in hearing what you consider to
be the best book(s) on writer's workshop, or what
materials (kits etc.) you would suggest I use. I am
working with a child in Grade 3, one in Grade 7.
Anna /blockquote>

Use this book. It was suggested a few threads up. The program
spirals so you can use the same strategies k-12 . There are
fabulous examples of how this is done in the manual. Anna
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Mar 29, 2006
JD /blockquote>

Anna,

I am new to this area so excuse my lack of understanding. I
have looked at this book on the website, but I still need some
further clarification. Do the lessons follow the writer's
workshop format?

JD

On 3/29/06, Anna wrote:
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Shannon /blockquote>

The books by fountas and pinnel and put you in the right
direction. also routman and caukins, also harvey and goidus
(spelling wrong). Good luck.

On 3/29/06, JD wrote:
> Anna,
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> I am new to this area so excuse my lack of understanding. I
> have looked at this book on the websit...See More
Mar 31, 2006
Anna /blockquote>

It is a program in itself but many of us (that have the workshop
model in our schools) use it for the mini lessons. There are no
research based strategies in the workshop model so many of the
kids just wander off with no real direction. You will see results
in the kids writing so quickly. They give really gr...See More
Apr 1, 2006
JD /blockquote>

Anna,

I would like to get some further information from you.

You said that you use BSW for mini-lessons. Do you use the 6
traits model as well?

Can I continue this discussion with you by personal email?

JD

On 4/01/06, Anna wrote:
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yesterday, 2006


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