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Writing Mini Lesson #16- Writing an Introduction for a Narrative Essay
If you are looking for ways to teach students how to write an introduction in a narrative story, you are in the right place! An introduction is the beginning of the story so it should introduce a character or two as well as establish the setting and plot! These ideas are ideal for any writing curriculum and are a part of a series of mini lessons for writer’s workshop designed for scaffolding through the writing process. Read on for steps to writing an effective introduction.
Writer's Workshop Conference I love this! Have an order (abc last name?) & plan/guide (this sheet... Keep all students' sheets for the year in a teacher's Wr. Workshop notebook?)- conferencing will not only happen when a kid is almost ready to publish & turn into a "teacher fix this for me" session!!!
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use address labels, clipboard, and large index cards. Write your notes on the address labels as you walk around and observe. Later, stick them onto the child's index card. Quick and easy! Then, during parent/teacher conferences, just pull out the note card and share your observations.
How to Hold Effective Writing Conferences
Are you a middle school teacher who struggles to keep track of progress your students are making as writers throughout the school year? This is just one example of graphic organizers included in this product that will give you tips for writing conferences and keeping track of students' writing progress throughout the school year. ($-paid product)