TOP 10

Practices during reader-writer workshop

01

Clear goals and expectations

It's hard to get anywhere if you aren't sure where you're headed. Make sure you and the students know both.

 

02

Feedback

Timely. Specific. Actionable. Understandable.

 

03

Reader-writer notebooks

Used on a daily basis, students respond in writing to reading or write original work.

 

04

Mentor texts

Students use professional or teacher created texts as models.

 

05

Modeling

Teachers make their thinking visible to teach critical skills.

 

06

Self-selected texts for reading

It's all about the power of choice to motivate students to read.

 

07

Collaboration

I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. Let your users get to know you.

 

08

Academic discussion

Get them talking!

 

09

Conferring

Feedback given face-to-face is powerful.

 

10

Classroom management

So this should go without saying, but you have to have quality management to make workshop work for you.

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