BLOOMING WRITERS Chelsea Dullye ~ Kindergarten Kristin Daugherty ~ First Grade

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BOY EXPECTATIONS KINDERGARTEN: Stage 2: Draws a picture to address the topic Spelling word wall words correctly Makes some letter/sound connections FIRST GRADE Stage 4: Names one action/idea (no movement through time) Simple sentences Capitalizes I and personally significant names Spells using dominant vowel and consonant sounds Uses upper and lower case letters more consistently Spaces between words *Benchmark first week in October

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BLOOMING WRITERS Chelsea Dullye ~ Kindergarten Kristin Daugherty ~ First Grade WORKSHOP MODEL 1.Opening: Teach a mini-lesson focusing on one specific skill (10-15 minutes) 2.Work Period: Students work independently or with some teacher assistance to write a their own story. (up to 40 minutes) 3.Closing: 3 students a day share in the Authors Chair and students give one another specific positive feedback. BOY EXPECTATIONS KINDERGARTEN: Stage 2: Draws a picture to address the topic Spelling word wall words correctly Makes some letter/sound connections FIRST GRADE Stage 4: Names one action/idea (no movement through time) Simple sentences Capitalizes I and personally significant names Spells using dominant vowel and consonant sounds Uses upper and lower case letters more consistently Spaces between words *Benchmark first week in October EOY EXPECTATIONS Kindergarten Stage 4: Names one action/idea (no movement through time) Simple sentences Capitalizes I and personally significant names Spells using dominant vowel and consonant sounds Uses upper and lower case letters more consistently Spaces between words First Grade Stage 6: Sequences multiple actions A general opening with a purpose, occasion, time and place Simple ending (reflection or summary) Basic sentence conventions (caps, punctuation, etc.) Consistent letter size and spacing Spells sight words correctly Uses spelling patterns and rules (irregular and regular blends, silent e, etc.) Show Examples of stages & rubric WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP YOUR CHILD AT HOME Write DAILY! Handwriting: help your child write their letters correctly and at a consistent size Remind your child to use spaces Encourage your child to stretch their words slowly and write what they hear; do not spell the word for them. Review word wall words frequently (75% of words in books are high frequency or word wall words) Help your child organize their story prior to writing it (creating a thinking map of their ideas) Remind your child to add details by asking themselves who, what, where, when, why or by using their senses Encourage your child to write about how they fell Multiple kinds of stories (expert writing, how to, personal experience, persuasive, etc.) Showing movement through time by stretching a small moment (telling a story using transition words) If your child has not mastered their letters and sounds they should be working on them daily at home and at school. QUESTIONS? Chelsea Dullye Kindergarten Kristin Daugherty First Grade

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