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K-2 Reading Workshop
K-2 Writing Workshop
Lesson 1: What is Readers Workshop?
Lesson 1: What is Writers Workshop?
Lesson 2: Intro to Buddy & Ind. Reading
Lesson 2: Starting the Writing Workshop
Lesson 3: What Do Good Readers Look Like?
Lesson 3: Norms for Independent Writing
Lesson 4: Readers Have Books that are Special
Lesson 4: Generating Topics
Lesson 5: Getting Help in Readers Workshop
Lesson 5: Setting Up the Writer's Notebook
Lesson 6: What Does RW Sound Like?
Lesson 6: How Do We Discover Stories?
Lesson 7: What Does RW Look Like?
Lesson 7: Telling Stories in Illustrations
Lesson 8: What Does RW Feel Like?
Lesson 8: Using Pictures & Words
Lesson 9: Readers Have Reminders
Lesson 9: Habits of Good Writers
Lesson 10: Introducing the Reading Folder
Lesson 10: Tools for Writing
Lesson 11: Choosing a Spot & Moving Quietly
Lesson 11: Small Moments
Lesson 12: Buddy Reading Behaviors
Lesson 12: Taking a Risk...
Lesson 13: Strong Readers Re-read Books
Lesson 13: Author's Chair
Lesson 14: Partners Take Turns Making Decisions
Lesson 14: Getting Help
Lesson 15: The Classroom Library
Lesson 15: Working with Words
Lesson 16: Readers Use Cues to Make Predictions
Lesson 16: Using Mentor Text
Lesson 17: Goldilocks Rule: Too Hard!
Lesson 17: Organizing for Structure
Lesson 18: Goldilocks Rule: Too Easy!
Lesson 18: Response Groups
Lesson 19: Goldilocks Rule: Just Right!
Lesson 19: The Writer's Conference
Lesson 20: Readers Choose Books Carefully
Lesson 20: Expanding on a Seed Idea
Lesson 21: Readers Use All of Their Tools
Lesson 21: Using Sensory Details
Lesson 22: Strategy - Sounds + Pictures
Lesson 22: Using Details
Lesson 23: Strategy - Skip it and Go On
Lesson 23: Beginning the Draft
Lesson 24: Strategy - Go Back & Re-read
Lesson 24: Revising
Lesson 25: Strategy - Look for Little Words/Chunks
Lesson 25: Editing
Lesson 26: Strategy - What Would Make Sense?
Lesson 26: The Writing Rubric
Lesson 27: Readers Can Ask for Help
Lesson 27: Great Leads
Lesson 28: Fluency Sounds Like Talking
Lesson 28: The Writing Process
Lesson 29: Fluency - Readers Use Punctuation
Lesson 29: Expectations for Publishing
Lesson 30: Teacher Expectations for RW
Lesson 30: Sharing Published Work

3-5 Reading Workshop
3-5 Writing Workshop
Lesson 1: What is Readers Workshop?
Lesson 1: What is Writers Workshop?
Lesson 2: Introducing the Reading Folder
Lesson 2: Generating Topics
Lesson 3: Finding Just Right Books
Lesson 3: Setting Up the Writer's Notebook
Lesson 4: Reading a Variety of Genres
Lesson 4: Small Moments
Lesson 5: Taking Care of Ourselves
Lesson 5: What to Do When You Think You're Done
Lesson 6: The Reading Response Journal
Lesson 6: Using Mentor Text
Lesson 7: Routines for Shared Reading
Lesson 7: Looking Closely at the World
Lesson 8: Being a Strategic Reader
Lesson 8: Using Notebooks to Gather Information
Lesson 9: Using Meaning Cues
Lesson 9: Habits of Good Writers
Lesson 10: Words, Words, Words
Lesson 10: The Writer's Conference
Lesson 11: The Reading Conference
Lesson 11: Writing for a Purpose
Lesson 12: What Good Readers Do
Lesson 12: Organizing for Structure
Lesson 13: Guidelines for Independent Reading
Lesson 13: Great Leads
Lesson 14: Holding Onto Meaning
Lesson 14: Great Endings
Lesson 15: Making Connections
Lesson 15: Using Sensory Details
Lesson 16: Strategy - Using Context Clues
Lesson 16: The Planning Process
Lesson 17: Strategy - Making Predictions
Lesson 17: Drafting
Lesson 18: Strategy - Making Inferences
Lesson 18: Response Groups
Lesson 19: Strategy - Using Schema
Lesson 19: Revising & Editing
Lesson 20: Strategy - Determining Importance
Lesson 20: Sharing Published Work