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Big Lessons from Small Writers: Teaching Primary Writing

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Eavesdrop on Lucy Calkins as she confers with students.

Witness minilessons in action.

Observe whole class shares.

Drawing on 22 instructional (and inspirational) video clips, this comprehensive, easy-to-navigate DVD vividly conveys the inner workings of writing workshops in a variety of elementary classrooms. The two hours of live-from-the-classroom video clips are supported and enhanced by an optional voice-over coaching commentary from Lucy that explains the teaching moves and strategies.

For more information on using the DVD, please click here.

Synopsis:

7 Units of Study

Covering approximately four weeks of instruction, each Unit of Study provides the strategies, lesson plans, and tools you'll need to jump in and teach writing to your students in powerful, lasting ways.

- Launching the Writing Workshop provides a plan for organizing the writing workshop.

- Small Moments: Personal Narrative Writing takes everyday events and makes them into focused, well-structured stories.

- Writing for Readers: Teaching Skills and Strategies focuses on the conventions of language.

- The Craft of Revision teaches children how to revise their work.

- Authors as Mentors teaches students to be better writers by studying the authors they love.

- Nonfiction Writing: Procedures and Reports teaches children how to write different kinds of nonfiction text.

- Poetry: Powerful Thoughts in Tiny Packages helps children explore and savor language.

Synopsis:

Drawing on 22 instructional (and inspirational) video clips, this comprehensive, easy-to-navigate DVD vividly conveys the inner workings of writing workshops in a variety of elementary classrooms.

About the Author

LUCY CALKINS is founding director of the Teachers College Writing Project, a coalition of teachers, teacher-administrators, professors and writers, which provides professional sustenance and hope--roots and wings--to literacy educators across the country. Her celebrated Heinemann publications include: Lessons From a Child (1983),Living Between the Lines (with Shelley Harwayne, 1990), and The Art of Teaching Writing (1986,1994). Ms. Calkins has also developed The Writing Workshop videotape (produced by Shelley Harwayne and Alex Mitchell) and has written The Writing Workshop (with Shelley Harwayne, 1987) to accompany the videotape. Lucy Calkins is an active participant in Heinemann's Professional Development Services through Heinemann Workshops.

Table of Contents

Most Conferences are also supported and enhanced by an optional voice-over coaching commentary from Lucy.

Conference 1

Abby teaches Raphael a strategy for making a story longer: Try a new kind of paper. ( Launching, Small Moments ) 3 min.

Conference 2

Lucy teaches Lisa a strategy for revising a story: Think of what you are trying to say and write about or develop that. ( Revision ) 6 min.

Conference 3

Amanda lifts the level of Harold's work and teaches him a strategy for finding a writing topic: Think about true things that have happened to you. ( Launching, Small Moments ) 5 min.

Conference 4

Lucy teaches George a strategy for revising: Think of what you are trying to say and write about or develop that. ( Small Moments, Revision ) 7 min.

Conference 5

Leah teaches Winter a strategy for structuring nonfiction writing: Use a page for each part. ( Nonfiction ) 5 min.

Conference 6 Lucy teaches Marley a strategy for revising drafts of poems: Write about strong feelings, and write with bits of sentences. ( Poetry ) 8 min.

Conference 7

Natalie teaches Marcella a strategy for planning her writing: Think of the writing each page will hold. ( Launching, Writing for Readers ) 5 min. No commentary available.

Conference 8

Lucy helps Sophia try a strategy for revising that classmate Jacob used: Add paper where there is more to write. ( Launching, Revision ) 2 min. No commentary available.

Conference 9

Quran teaches Diego a strategy for rehearsing for writing: Storytell. ( Launching, Small Moments ) 8 min.

Conference 10

Amanda teaches Bejide a strategy for putting stories on paper: Storytell and then represent that story on the page. ( Launching, Small Moments ) 4 min.

Conference 11

Lucy teaches George a strategy for deciding whether to revise writing or to create new writing: Decide if the content will be the same or different. ( Revision, Nonfiction ) 6 min. No commentary available.

Conference 12

Amanda teaches Serena a strategy for reading and writing more easily: Point under each word when reading, and use spaces between each word when writing. ( Writing for Readers, Poetry ) 6 min.

Conference 13

Lucy teaches Jacob a strategy for revising: Use details from your picture to help you add details to your story, and add paper where there is more to write. ( Launching, Small Moments, Revision ) 5 min.

Teaching Point 14

Lucy teaches the class Jacob's strategy for making room for details: Add paper where there is more to write. ( Launching, Revision ) 1 min.

Strategy Lesson 15

Kersandra teaches a small group of students a strategy for getting started writing: Imagine the scene, and draw pictures and words across pages. ( Launching, Small Moments ) 7 min.

Share 16

Lucy teaches the class a strategy for revising stories: Reread and check to see if the writing makes sense or if it needs more words. ( Launching, Writing for Readers, Revision ) 5 min.

Minilesson 17

Jessica teaches the class a strategy for experimenting with voice in poetry: Write to an object. ( Poetry ) 5 min.

Minilesson 18

Cynthia teaches the class a strategy for writing the letters in words: Stretch the words out slowly to listen to each sound in them. ( Launching, Writing for Readers ) 10 min.

Minilesson 19

Brigida teaches the class a strategy for revising: Use a revision checklist. ( Revision, Nonfiction ) 6 min.

Writing Example 20

Alejandro uses blanks to help him leave spaces between words. ( Launching, Writing for Readers ) 5 min.

Minilesson 21

Lucy teaches the class a strategy for writing more: Add paper. ( Launching, Small Moments ) 7 min.

Writing Example 22

John thinks aloud about his piece of nonfiction writing. ( Nonfiction ) 1 min. No commentary available.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780325007489
Author:
Calkins, Lucy Mccormick
Publisher:
Firsthand Books
Author:
Calkins, Lucy
Author:
Calkins, Lucy McCormick
Subject:
Composition & Creative Writing - General
Subject:
Reference/Writing
Subject:
Teaching Methods & Materials - General
Subject:
Bilingual Education
Publication Date:
20051031
Binding:
OTHER
Language:
English
Dimensions:
7.70x5.48x.59 in. .25 lbs.
Age Level:
from 5 up to 7

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"Synopsis" by , 7 Units of Study

Covering approximately four weeks of instruction, each Unit of Study provides the strategies, lesson plans, and tools you'll need to jump in and teach writing to your students in powerful, lasting ways.

- Launching the Writing Workshop provides a plan for organizing the writing workshop.

- Small Moments: Personal Narrative Writing takes everyday events and makes them into focused, well-structured stories.

- Writing for Readers: Teaching Skills and Strategies focuses on the conventions of language.

- The Craft of Revision teaches children how to revise their work.

- Authors as Mentors teaches students to be better writers by studying the authors they love.

- Nonfiction Writing: Procedures and Reports teaches children how to write different kinds of nonfiction text.

- Poetry: Powerful Thoughts in Tiny Packages helps children explore and savor language.

"Synopsis" by , Drawing on 22 instructional (and inspirational) video clips, this comprehensive, easy-to-navigate DVD vividly conveys the inner workings of writing workshops in a variety of elementary classrooms.
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