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1. Grammar Matters + a Book Giveaway

Lynne Dorfman and Diane Dougherty's new book, Grammar Matters, is for teachers of Kindergarten through 6th grade. It provides lessons as well as grammar references so you can enhance your instruction and get your students excited about learning grammar.

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2. WRITE, SHARE, GIVE: IT’S SOL TIME!

WRITE a slice of life story on your own blog. SHARE a link to your post in the comments section. GIVE comments to at least three other SOLS bloggers. Several Slicers are heading… Continue reading

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3. WRITE, SHARE, GIVE: IT’S SOL TIME!

WRITE a slice of life story on your own blog. SHARE a link to your post in the comments section. GIVE comments to at least three other SOLS bloggers. Several Slicers are heading… Continue reading

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4. Writing Mentors

All writers need mentors. Who are yours?

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5. Writing Mentors

All writers need mentors. Who are yours?

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6. The Antidote to December Stress: Teach Students to Write about Gratitude

This time of year can be overwhelming, for teachers and students alike. Writing about gratitude is one way to stay present and positive.

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7. The Antidote to December Stress: Teach Students to Write about Gratitude

This time of year can be overwhelming, for teachers and students alike. Writing about gratitude is one way to stay present and positive.

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8. Throwback Week: I Do. We Do. You Do.

This week, we've been re-posting our favorite old posts. I always learn a ton from my friend and co-blogger Stacey Shubitz. This post of hers, from one year ago, is one that I just loved.

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9. Throwback Week: I Do. We Do. You Do.

This week, we've been re-posting our favorite old posts. I always learn a ton from my friend and co-blogger Stacey Shubitz. This post of hers, from one year ago, is one that I just loved.

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10. Throwback Post: Student Self-Assessment: Introducing the Writing Checklist

Back in October, Tara introduced us to her checklist process with students. What I love about this post is that Tara doesn’t have students use a checklist merely for the purpose of checking… Continue reading

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11. Throwback Week: Student Self-Assessment: Introducing the Writing Checklist

Back in October, Tara introduced us to her checklist process with students. What I love about this post is that Tara doesn’t have students use a checklist merely for the purpose of checking… Continue reading

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12. Throwback Week: Student Self-Assessment: Introducing the Writing Checklist

Back in October, Tara introduced us to her checklist process with students. What I love about this post is that Tara doesn’t have students use a checklist merely for the purpose of checking… Continue reading

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13. THROWBACK WEEK:HOW DO YOU PULL AWAY? LET GO OF THEIR HAND

Nurturing independence in writing workshop is one of the hardest things to do,  and one of the tasks I struggle with the most.  Betsy’s post from last May, “How you pull away? Let go of… Continue reading

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14. THROWBACK WEEK: HOW DO YOU PULL AWAY? LET GO OF THEIR HAND

Nurturing independence in writing workshop is one of the hardest things to do,  and one of the tasks I struggle with the most.  Betsy’s post from last May, “How you pull away? Let go of… Continue reading

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15. THROWBACK WEEK: HOW DO YOU PULL AWAY? LET GO OF THEIR HAND

Nurturing independence in writing workshop is one of the hardest things to do,  and one of the tasks I struggle with the most.  Betsy’s post from last May, “How you pull away? Let go of… Continue reading

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16. Throwback Week: How To Read A Unit of Study

Learn some tricks for reading the Units of Study, whether you're new to the units or have been using them for many years.

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17. Throwback Week: How To Read A Unit of Study

Learn some tricks for reading the Units of Study, whether you're new to the units or have been using them for many years.

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18. WRITE, SHARE, GIVE: IT’S SOL TIME!

WRITE a slice of life story on your own blog. SHARE a link to your post in the comments section. GIVE comments to at least three other SOLS bloggers. “Writing is the only… Continue reading

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19. Demonstration Texts, Part Deux

Thinking about your demonstration texts this way can give you some inspiration for multiple ways to teach the same minilesson, to the whole class, or to small groups as follow-up.

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20. Throwback Week: A Peek Inside My Writer’s Notebook

  Winter break is coming soon, replete with its promise of snowy days spent sledding down hills or curled up inside, watching the world turn white. Or, for those lucky enough to live or… Continue reading

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21. Throwback Week: Information Writing – Upping the Ante on Text Features

In almost every classroom I have coached in, kids get really excited about adding text features to their informational writing. They love adding pictures, labels, maps, and table of contents to their writing.  But… Continue reading

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22. WRITE, SHARE, GIVE: IT’S SOL TIME!

WRITE a slice of life story on your own blog. SHARE a link to your post in the comments section. GIVE comments to at least three other SOLS bloggers. “Writing is the only… Continue reading

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23. Throwback Week: Information Writing – Upping the Ante on Text Features

In almost every classroom I have coached in, kids get really excited about adding text features to their informational writing. They love adding pictures, labels, maps, and table of contents to their writing.  But… Continue reading

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24. Throwback Week: A Peek Inside Dana’s Writer’s Notebook

    This week on Two Writing Teachers, we each chose another co-author’s previously published post to feature as part of our very own Throwback Week. I am kicking it off, with a great… Continue reading

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25. Demonstration Texts, Part Deux

Thinking about your demonstration texts this way can give you some inspiration for multiple ways to teach the same minilesson, to the whole class, or to small groups as follow-up.

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