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Focus of the week:Use a drawing /write sentences to tell about an event

Standard: ELACCKRW3: Draw, dictate, and write to narrate an event

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 GKIDS Performance level descriptors for the above skill / element

Not Yet Demonstrate  The student does not use drawing, dictating, or writing to narrate a single or several loosely linked events.
Progressing The student uses drawing and/ or dictating to narrate a single or several loosely linked events
Meets The student consistently uses a combination of drawing, dictating and writing to a narrate a single event or several loosely linked events, tells about the events in the order in which they occured, and provides a reaction to what happened


Click on the picture below to see a video to get ideas on
how we do writitng activities in the classroom using 

Writers Workshop(LUCY CALKINS)



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