|One possible brainstorm for our wrtier's note books.|
Tuesday, 15 September 2015
Grade 8 and 9: Writer's Notebook
Writer's Note Book
Students used SEE - THINK - WONDER strategy to make careful observations of a writer's note book. Here are a few ideas from students:
We are beginning our writer's note books with a quote on writing that we can relate to.
See Mrs. Anderson's choice of quote below and focus question:
Next, we went through the process of understanding how to represent our thoughts and feelings for the powerful words in the quote. See the image below:
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