What Does Writer’s Workshop Look Like: Infographic

What does writer’s workshop look like? Here is a simple pie chart infographic that is a perfect explanation for teachers. Teachers can also use this in their classrooms to help students understand the flow of writer’s workshop time. While you may not have the exact time to give as in this example, you can start with it as reference point to work from.

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Writer’s Workshop Infographic

Take the parts of a writer’s workshop and build your own. Choose your mini-lesson skill where you teach and the students listen. Students have time to work following the mini-lesson independently. They are working on their own pieces, not always prompt-based and during this time the teacher is conferring with students. This is the bulk of the writing time. A quick follow up time wraps up the workshop time.


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