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Writing About Reading


What do your students “write” after reading?  Do they only complete assigned tasks or do they write because of an inner compulsion to record a very specific thought?  Do you need some new thinking?

Check out this entire week’s worth of posts from “Two Writing Teachers” and then plan to attend next Monday’s twitter chat!

Monday, January 27    Writing About Reading Blog Series: 3 Ways to Write about Reading

Tuesday, January 28   Writing About Reading Blog Series:  A Quick Guide to Quick Essays

Wednesday, January 29  Writing about Reading in the Writer’s Notebook

Thursday, January 30  Writing about Reading Blog Series: Offering Students Choice in Reading Responses

Friday, January 31  Writing about Reading Blog Series:  Opinion Writing in a K-1 Collaboration

After reading these, get ready to jump start your February “Writing about Reading!”

Storify from 02.03.14 Twitter Chat  sfy.co/hb9N

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