Reflection: Intervention and Extension Our Writing Celebration - Section 4: Closing

 

Sometimes in writing celebrations, I have only had students read each other's writing and have not had them share their writing aloud. Since I only have a 45 minute period, I usually try to do one or the other. After I saw how much my students have grown with public speaking this year since I gave them more opportunities (thanks to the Common Core), I have now decided to always including both the reading of the writing and the whole class sharing. 

For example, today the students read the stories of two other students, then I had students just share their favorite paragraph of their stories. 

  I will always make time for students to share their writing!
  Intervention and Extension: I will always make time for students to share their writing!
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Our Writing Celebration

Unit 16: Editing, Revising and Finalizing our Fiction Story
Lesson 3 of 3

Objective: SWBAT use all the guidance and support from peers and adults they have received to write their final draft in class.

Big Idea: Time to celebrate like real authors do!

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