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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Here Comes Interactive Writing

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12 comments:

Kim and Megan said...

So you can read and read something and as soon as you hit publish you see an error! It should read "The craziness is here!" No kidding!

Mrs. Davis said...

I have two "must haves' during IW... a white board to model unknown letters/chunks/blends AND white tape to cover mistakes. Both help students feel confident b/c they know someone is there to help them, and if they make a mistake they can fix it! I am definitely going to try this IW project with them! THANKS!

Jess said...

Great post! I think I've always struggled in the past with this because I didn't have my other students engaged by writing on their whiteboards. Thank you for this helpful tip!
Rambling About Reading

Courtney said...

One thing I am doing this year that my first graders love is "Watch It Wednesday." We watch a two minute video clip that is just really amazing (think murmuration of starlings) and then do an interactive writing about it. That way all of my kids have shared knowledge about the topic and they are really eager to talk and write. We turn and talk to generate our sentence ideas and then the kids write in white paper books as we write on the chart paper together. I like having a record of their writing because I can follow up with a strategy group for kids who are not meeting the writing standards. I LOVE the Christmas tree writing. We are starting how-to books next and this would be a great class piece. Thanks for the great post!

Kristin said...

Super cute!!!!! I love it because all kids are responsible for their learning AND all kids can be successful with the DI. Thanks for sharing. The Christmas Tree How To is adorable - can't wait to do it!
A Teeny Tiny Teacher

tmarie said...

Thanks ladies! I used this in my room the other day and you would not believe the work I got out of my kiddos. (Or maybe you would believe it - you probably saw the same results!) Hop on over to my blog if you have time and check out what you inspired!
Tessa
Spotlight on Kindergarten

Hadar said...

I saw this post shared by 2 other bloggers and just had to come check it out! How cool!! I really love the way you described teaching writing, it is so true! And I totally read "is" instead of "in"! We self correct all the time!

Thanks for sharing your wisdom!

Hadar
Miss Kindergarten
Target Treasures

Kim and Megan said...

Hey Hadar, Just curious, which other blogs shared this idea? Would love to look at their take on the idea.

Kim and Megan said...

Hey Tessa, Went to your blog and love your pictures! Thanks for sharing them.

Heather said...

was linked to this writing post by "A Little Kinder Told Me So!" I have seen Kim present at Illinois Kindergarten Conference many times, though, so I'm excited to find this blog from you ladies!

Chrissy said...

hey there...I want to make sure I understand this correctly. The children are copying everything that I am writing as well as those coming up to the board? Thank you!

Kim and Megan said...

Hey Chrissy, Yes, everyone is writing along. If they get behind, just say skip that part. The important part is that they are actively involved not just copying!

 
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