Reflection: Checks for Understanding Introducing the Writing Process - Section 4: Closing


While I am not an artistic person, it does not prevent me from recognizing many of my students are. I had no idea how they would draw pictures to represent each stage of the writing process. However, most of my students had no such dilemma. I was quite impressed with this student’s drawings. He is a visual learner and his pictures reflect this. I absolutely love the way he purposely made spelling mistakes in the revision drawing and drew a spattering of SP’s to represent finding the errors in the editing phase. He also demonstrates a clear understanding of the publishing phase by giving the final copy 100%.

  Checks for Understanding: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
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Introducing the Writing Process

Unit 3: Writing Narratives
Lesson 1 of 6

Objective: SWBAT identify steps in the writing process by viewing videos, explanations, and examples.

Big Idea: Students learn that good writers write a good story by planning, revising, editing, and publishing.

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