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This one-time session will introduce students to journaling. The teacher will begin by modeling methods to generate and brainstorm ideas for journaling. She will then lead the students to creatively capture their own ideas that will serve as a reference for their future writing. The teacher will model and guide students to write their first entry. At the end of the class students will be asked if they’d like to share their writing. Class will end with each student making a plan for their next...
Students will take the first step of journaling by creating a list and writing their first entry and make a plan to continue.
I have been an elementary classroom teacher and literacy coach for over 22 years. I have been responsible for developing professional development for classroom teachers on the subject of reading and writing. I blog regularly and belong to many online writing groups that help me grow in my writing habit.
Students will need a blank journal, or a stack of paper (lined or blank) stapled together as well as a writing tool such as a pen or pencil. Other writing tools students may wish to use include markers, stickers, and fancy pens.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Mrs. Baldiga M.EdPassionate about bringing reading and writing joy to early learners
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30 completed classes
I love reading and writing and I love to bring that joy of reading and writing to others, especially young children. I have a passion for sharing wonderful literature with students and enjoy engaging students in talking about stories with others...