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WRITING

Standards-Based Classroom

Grade Level: Second

Written English Language Conventions: 1.0

What Student will write:

  • Specific Grade Level

Content

Students will:

  • Use correct word order in written sentences

  • Use correctly parts of speech (nouns, verbs)

  • Use commas in:

    • Greetings and closing of a letter

    • Dates

    • Items in a series

  • Capitalize:

    • Proper nouns

    • Words at the beginning of a sentence

    • Greetings

    • Months and days of the week

    • Titles and initials of people

  • See Spelling Standard (located in the Spelling Section)

Core Strategies For Teaching Writing Standards (see Column 1)

Strategies Teaches Use to Teach Writing Through Direct Instruction

  • Write From the Beginning Lessons

  • Interactive Writing

  • Shared Writing

  • Modeled Writing

  • Six Trait Training & Lessons Skills Practice

  • Language Experience

  • Author’s Chair

  • Writing Conferences

  • Sentence Frames

  • Cloze Activities

  • Guided Writing

  • Collaborative Writing

  • Making Words

  • Writing Process

    • Edit for Conventions

    • Teach primary editing symbols

  • Presentation Trait

Organization of Writing

  • Write From the Beginning

Program

  • Six Trait Scoring Guide

Formal/Informal Assessments For Assessing Writing Standards (see Column 1) State Assessments

  • CAT6

  • STAR Test (California

State Standards Test)

District Assessments

  • Six Trait Scoring

Guide

Other Assessments Tools

  • WFTB Scoring guide (see Write From the Beginning Notebook)

  • Houghton Mifflin

  • Portfolios

  • Teacher Observations & Notes

  • Teacher/Student reflections and golas

  • Use of Priority Words in writing (see Rebecca Sitton Material)

  • High Frequency Word Lists

Independent Practice

  • Independent Writing

  • Journal Writing

Use of Tools

  • Thinking Maps

  • Word Wall

  • Scoring Guide

  • Use of literature as models of

writing

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