I came across some ideas from Steve Reifman for Writer’s Workshop via Twitter. When I taught in public school, I absolutely LOVED Writer’s Workshop and so did my students. At home, Writer’s Workshop is a bit more difficult to “pull off”, but if you are a part of a homeschool group, it would be well worth your time to try.
Here are Steve’s 4 posts: Improving Your Writing Workshop- Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, & Part 4
Here are three of my favorite books about Writer’s Workshop:
- The Art of Teaching Writing by Lucy Calkins (Yes, it’s a long read, but WORTH every word!!)
- The Writing Workshop: Working Through the Hard Parts by Katie W. Ray (This is the first book I ever read about Writing Workshop.)
- Writing Essentials: Raising Expectations and Results While Simplifying Teaching by Reggie Routman
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Great Blog so simple and easy to get around. Lots of wonderful and helpful information.
Thanks Miranda! 🙂