Get it WRITE: Building Writing Skills in the World Language Classroom Debbie Espitia, Coordinator of World Languages Leslie Grahn, World Language Resource.

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  • Get it WRITE: Building Writing Skills in the World Language Classroom Debbie Espitia, Coordinator of World Languages Leslie Grahn, World Language Resource Teacher Howard County Public Schools
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  • Foldable: 3/4 book Future goals for writing Challenges I have experienced Kinds of writing activities I have used
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  • TODAYS OUTCOMES Participants will Build on background knowledge about writing standards, writing skills and writing process. Examine how to build writing activities. Share ideas for writing activities. Explore resources for incorporating writing into lesson and unit plans.
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  • What do students need in order to write well? Purpose/Context Enough vocabulary, language Format Structure- focus questions, bullets Clear evaluation criteria
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  • Frameworks for Writing
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  • FL National Writing Standards: Communication
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  • Evaluated for: Appropriateness and range of vocabulary Grammatical accuracy Idiomatic usage Organization Style AP Exams
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  • 6+1 Writing Traits
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  • Writing rubrics
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  • Designing Writing Tasks
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  • Developing Authentic Writing Tasks
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  • Writing Activities: Gallery Walk Using your graphic organizer, do a gallery walk of writing activity ideas
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  • Writing Activities: Gallery Walk Now share what you found with your group.
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  • Writing Products: Make A Continuum Thank you note Friendly letter Journal entry Proposal of an idea InvitationLetter to the editor Interview questions Newspaper article Business letter Lists, labels EssayAdvertisement BrochureGreeting card WebpagePoem Set of instructions C.V.EmailJob application SpeechBook/film/ play review Want/ personal ad Dialogue Guided? Structured? Independent?
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  • The journey to a finished product Think about the series of activities in which a student must engage in order to successfully complete a writing task. How might you scaffold the learning for your learners?
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  • Take a break from WRITING
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  • Look at your steps series Where in your step series might you incorporate a differentiated activity?
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  • Differentiation & Writing
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  • Writing & Differentiation: Choice Boards
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  • Writing & Differentiation: R.A.F.T.s
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  • Writing & Differentiation: Tiered Assignments
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  • Writing & Differentiation: Learning Centers
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  • Look at your steps series Where in your step series might you incorporate a differentiated activity?
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  • Knowing Our Learners Multiple Intelligences Writing Activities Brainstorm
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  • Meeting the diverse needs of our learners scaffolding & support move from short to longer writing passages work from whole class to group/pair to individual differences in interest & motivational levels varied learning preferences
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  • Writing & Multiple Intelligences Work in teams to complete the chart of WRITING ACTIVITIES that appeal to two of the MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES.
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  • Digging Deeper into Writing
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  • Time to make a choice! Read All About It Get Inspired with Inspiration Write with Wikis
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  • Check out our GET IT WRITE Wiki: http://getitwrite.wikispaces.com/
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  • More sharing time
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  • Personal Goal setting for Incorporating Writing
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  • PRIZES!! & FEEDBACK
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  • Write On!

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