Writing Power: Effective Writing Instruction and Assessment an effective process-driving writing program (Repeat)

Details

This session is a repeat of Friday 17 May Session 3

In this “Pinterest” driven world, writing lessons are often based on the “product”, rather than the “process”. In this session, Canadian teacher, writer and international speaker Adrienne Gear will outline her ideas on how to set up an effective process-driving writing program. Based on this approach, she will share thoughts on an effective weekly writing routine, writing goals, effective editing, conferencing and assessment practices. Adrienne will share student samples, practical mini lessons and recommended anchor books to support your writing lessons. Come to this session and leave with many lessons and ideas to revamp and recharge your writing program! 

Objectives and Outcomes 

  • Understand primary writing instruction 
  • Discover a process-driven approach to writing 
  • Assess writing – conferencing, coaching and goal-setting 
  • Practice explicit teaching and modelling 
  • Develop writing goals, routines and skills

Additional Information

SKU CONF2019GAA
Session Session 1 - 9:30am - 11:00am
Day Day 3
Strand Assessment, Literacy

This session is a repeat of Friday 17 May Session 3

In this “Pinterest” driven world, writing lessons are often based on the “product”, rather than the “process”. In this session, Canadian teacher, writer and international speaker Adrienne Gear will outline her ideas on how to set up an effective process-driving writing program. Based on this approach, she will share thoughts on an effective weekly writing routine, writing goals, effective editing, conferencing and assessment practices. Adrienne will share student samples, practical mini lessons and recommended anchor books to support your writing lessons. Come to this session and leave with many lessons and ideas to revamp and recharge your writing program! 

Objectives and Outcomes 

  • Understand primary writing instruction 
  • Discover a process-driven approach to writing 
  • Assess writing – conferencing, coaching and goal-setting 
  • Practice explicit teaching and modelling 
  • Develop writing goals, routines and skills