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A worksheet from Spelling it Right showing a practical example of using the LOOK-THINK-COVER-WRITE-CHECK strategy to memorize a complicated word: disestablishmentarianism

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A worksheet from Spelling it Right showing a practical example of using the LOOK-THINK-COVER-WRITE-CHECK strategy to memorize a complicated word: disestablishmentarianism

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Not to worry! The good folks from SAAM shared the activities they were going to demonstrate at the workshop to us via email. And, as expected — they are great. Here are two writing activities I will be using with teachers this week at a scheduled PD session. Both of these strategies involve a collaborative writing process that incorporates a version of “pass the paper” writing. I am hoping you will find them to be useful as well! Now the process, look, think, write!

2.Divide class into groups of four or five and provide each group with a different work of art. Take a few moments to have participants look closely at the work of art with an Artful Thinking routine, such as I See, I Think, I Wonder.
3.Provide each student with a template to start with.
4.Instruct students to:

5.Students continue passing until all five lines have been completed. Each participant will have a completed narrative/poem to unfold and read aloud to rest of the group.
6.Each group selects one to share with the class.
7.Option: Provide copies of the completed narratives/poems to the students. Students read and decide which artwork they narrate/describe.

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A worksheet from Spelling it Right showing a practical example of using the LOOK-THINK-COVER-WRITE-CHECK strategy to memorize a complicated word: disestablishmentarianism

A worksheet from Spelling it Right showing a practical example of using the LOOK-THINK-COVER-WRITE-CHECK strategy to memorize a complicated word: disestablishmentarianism

  • Angus & Robertson
  • Booktopia.com.au
  • Dymocks
  • Fishpond.com.au
  • Find in a library
  • All sellers  »
Shop for Books on Google Play Browse the world's largest eBookstore and start reading today on the web, tablet, phone, or ereader.

Not to worry! The good folks from SAAM shared the activities they were going to demonstrate at the workshop to us via email. And, as expected — they are great. Here are two writing activities I will be using with teachers this week at a scheduled PD session. Both of these strategies involve a collaborative writing process that incorporates a version of “pass the paper” writing. I am hoping you will find them to be useful as well! Now the process, look, think, write!

2.Divide class into groups of four or five and provide each group with a different work of art. Take a few moments to have participants look closely at the work of art with an Artful Thinking routine, such as I See, I Think, I Wonder.
3.Provide each student with a template to start with.
4.Instruct students to:

5.Students continue passing until all five lines have been completed. Each participant will have a completed narrative/poem to unfold and read aloud to rest of the group.
6.Each group selects one to share with the class.
7.Option: Provide copies of the completed narratives/poems to the students. Students read and decide which artwork they narrate/describe.




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