Use the writing workshop approach to teach your kindergarten students how to communicate a message and develop their voice as they learn phonemic awareness and the alphabetic principle. This resource gives you all you need to put writing workshop into action: the research base, an explanation of the stages of students' writing development, the workshop structure, steps for getting started, workshop minilessons, assessment elements, student writing samples, activities, book lists, word lists, sample letters to parents, and reproducible forms. qWriting workshopq is appropriate for first- and second-grade students, too.A Guide to Writing Workshop in Kindergarten Arlene C. Schulze. Letter. to. Parents: Developmental. Spelling. (continued). Midyear, this same child was able to write about a personal experience that meant a great deal to him. His teacher, who was used to reading developmental spelling, was able to read the message without any help from the child. ... you can use what you do know about letters and sounds to say what you mean until you learn the dictionary spelling; 0 you self-correctanbsp;...
|Title||:||Helping Children Become Readers Through Writing|
|Author||:||Arlene C. Schulze|
|Publisher||:||International Reading Assoc. - 2006-08-15|