This lesson was built for WritingFix after being proposed by Nevada teacher Rebekah Foster at an SBC-sponsored inservice class. One of those combinations might just inspire a bigger paragraph. Sassy worries that her too-large feet, too-long legs, and even her big mouth will keep her from her dream of becoming a star ballerina. The intended "mentor text" to be used when teaching this on-line lesson is the picture book Dancing in the Wings by Debbie Allen. by clicking, Overhead resource for teaching participial phrases, Three fourth graders--Waheeb, Hanna, and Hibah--share their participial phrase-inspired stories, Two ninth graders--Mara and Alex--share their participial phrase-inspired stories, Sheet of 6 Sentence Fluency Post-it® Note-sized templates, Going Deep with 6 Trait Language Workbook for Teachers. WritingFix. Write a narrative on how students can make their mark If you've established a "Community of Editors" among your students, have each student exchange his/her paper with multiple peers. A Picture Book Writing Lesson from WritingFix The interactive activity on the Student Instructions Page is a follow-up to reading the story, and it attempts to inspire students to come up with an idea for their own original stories, using original participial phrases to add to their sentence variety. The intended "mentor text" to be used when teaching this on-line lesson is the picture book Dancing in the Wings by Debbie Allen. WritingFix Safely Publishes Students from Around the World! Lesson Plan from WritingFix.

A sporting event is a good possibility. The writing started with this lesson might become even more polished for final placement in the portfolio, or the big ideas being written about here might transform into a completely different piece of writing. Next, have students draw arrows between any two sentences whose actions might happen simultaneously; participial phrases don't work unless the actions of the sentence are more-or-less happening at the same time. "My purpose in assigning this type of page for their notebooks is I want my students to have a creative-looking reference page for participles for future reference during writer's workshop. "First, I showed students my completed notebook page, explaining the two requirements above, then I had students create a draft on a piece of scratch paper. You won't be able to post unless you are a verified member of this site's Writing Lesson of the Month ning. Stick as our 'margin mascot,' which means he is the visual that can appear on their notebook pages. Teacher Instructions & Lesson Resources  Student Writing Samples My purpose in including my own notebook page here as a model is to inspire you to create your own to show your students, but I will understand if you want to use mine as yours. (You must be a member of our "Writing Lesson of the Month" ning to post.). Walk through the class, and help students make good choices about their participial phrases. Or a dance. Interested in publishing student work on-line? Step two (introducing models of writing):    Before they write their own, In small groups, have your students read and respond to any or all of the student models that come with this lesson. Remind them that the participial phrase could go at the beginning, the end, or smack dab in the middle of the other sentence. Although, I use Dancing in the Wings, students can use already assigned texts or you can choose to use a text that appeals to your group of students. Step five (editing for conventions):  After students apply their revision ideas to their drafts and re-write neatly, require them to find an editor. I truly believe having this page in their notebooks helps my students remember to use more sophisticated types of sentences.".

For more ideas on WritingFix's Revision & Response Post-it® Note-sized templates, click here. This lesson was built for WritingFix after being proposed by Nevada teacher Rebekah Foster at an SBC-sponsored inservice class. With yellow high-lighters in hand, each peer reads for and highlights suspected errors for just one item from the Editing Post-it. Dancing in the Wings by Debbie Allen and Kadir Nelson. After they showed their rough drafts to each other, checking one another for correct spelling and punctuation, they carefully created 'final draft' of their notebook page, adding Professor Stick in their margins.

"For this lesson/notebook page, 'Professor Stick' was required to 1) explain what a participle is (in each student's own words) and 2) demonstrate making a participle in three steps. yr=d.getFullYear(); Ask and answer questions about Dancing in the Wingsby Debbie Allen 2.

We share graphic organizers with our peers, we find them in books, and we think we should also be able to find tried-and-true ones online at WritingFix. 11 pages of student work, plus an answer key! by clicking here! "In my classroom, we use Mr. Inspired by Barry Lane's Reviser's Toolbox, the WritingFix website encourages its teacher users to adapt our lessons, especially the tools of revision we have posted here. 1. 3. Also includes two customizable spaces to respond to questions, reflections, or learning targets. Help us obtain some from your students, and we'll make your hardest-working students "famous" to the thousands of teachers and students who use this lesson annually! Each partner should create three sentences that have participial phrases, and their partners should help them check for correct commas and spelling. Dancing in the Wings This is a story study for Dancing in the Wings by Debbie Allen. Students should try to have all three types of participles (beginning, middle and end) represented in their paragraphs. Create Lesson Share. View on WritingFix Share. You can read excerpts from the text to support how to use the new concept, if time does not permit you to read the entire text. WritingFix Homepage Use the overhead below to have students start thinking about participial phrases and their punctuation requirements. To our loyal WritingFix users: Please use this link if purchasing Dancing in the Wings from Amazon.com, and you will help us keep WritingFix free and on-line. Or a fifty yard dash. Dancing in the Wings Story Map Multi-Leveled Lesson. Let them work with a partner to figure out how to combine their "arrowed" sentences with a participial phrase. For this lesson, I wanted to have students combine visuals and written words on a notebook page so they would remember how to create and use a participle in their future sentences; I am always inspired by the combination of visuals and words that Marissa Moss uses in her Amelia's Notebook series, so I try to design my writer's notebook lessons to be both visual and word-based. Have them commit to ideas for revision based on their Post-It rankings.

Dancing in the Wings Paperback – Picture Book, December 1, 2003 by Debbie Allen (Author), Kadir Nelson (Illustrator) 4.8 out of 5 stars 875 ratings To submit student samples for this page's lesson, click here. Lesson & 6-Trait Overview   Student Instructions Created by WritingFix.

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This lesson was built for WritingFix after being proposed by Nevada teacher Rebekah Foster at an SBC-sponsored inservice class. One of those combinations might just inspire a bigger paragraph. Sassy worries that her too-large feet, too-long legs, and even her big mouth will keep her from her dream of becoming a star ballerina. The intended "mentor text" to be used when teaching this on-line lesson is the picture book Dancing in the Wings by Debbie Allen. by clicking, Overhead resource for teaching participial phrases, Three fourth graders--Waheeb, Hanna, and Hibah--share their participial phrase-inspired stories, Two ninth graders--Mara and Alex--share their participial phrase-inspired stories, Sheet of 6 Sentence Fluency Post-it® Note-sized templates, Going Deep with 6 Trait Language Workbook for Teachers. WritingFix. Write a narrative on how students can make their mark If you've established a "Community of Editors" among your students, have each student exchange his/her paper with multiple peers. A Picture Book Writing Lesson from WritingFix The interactive activity on the Student Instructions Page is a follow-up to reading the story, and it attempts to inspire students to come up with an idea for their own original stories, using original participial phrases to add to their sentence variety. The intended "mentor text" to be used when teaching this on-line lesson is the picture book Dancing in the Wings by Debbie Allen. WritingFix Safely Publishes Students from Around the World! Lesson Plan from WritingFix.

A sporting event is a good possibility. The writing started with this lesson might become even more polished for final placement in the portfolio, or the big ideas being written about here might transform into a completely different piece of writing. Next, have students draw arrows between any two sentences whose actions might happen simultaneously; participial phrases don't work unless the actions of the sentence are more-or-less happening at the same time. "My purpose in assigning this type of page for their notebooks is I want my students to have a creative-looking reference page for participles for future reference during writer's workshop. "First, I showed students my completed notebook page, explaining the two requirements above, then I had students create a draft on a piece of scratch paper. You won't be able to post unless you are a verified member of this site's Writing Lesson of the Month ning. Stick as our 'margin mascot,' which means he is the visual that can appear on their notebook pages. Teacher Instructions & Lesson Resources  Student Writing Samples My purpose in including my own notebook page here as a model is to inspire you to create your own to show your students, but I will understand if you want to use mine as yours. (You must be a member of our "Writing Lesson of the Month" ning to post.). Walk through the class, and help students make good choices about their participial phrases. Or a dance. Interested in publishing student work on-line? Step two (introducing models of writing):    Before they write their own, In small groups, have your students read and respond to any or all of the student models that come with this lesson. Remind them that the participial phrase could go at the beginning, the end, or smack dab in the middle of the other sentence. Although, I use Dancing in the Wings, students can use already assigned texts or you can choose to use a text that appeals to your group of students. Step five (editing for conventions):  After students apply their revision ideas to their drafts and re-write neatly, require them to find an editor. I truly believe having this page in their notebooks helps my students remember to use more sophisticated types of sentences.".

For more ideas on WritingFix's Revision & Response Post-it® Note-sized templates, click here. This lesson was built for WritingFix after being proposed by Nevada teacher Rebekah Foster at an SBC-sponsored inservice class. With yellow high-lighters in hand, each peer reads for and highlights suspected errors for just one item from the Editing Post-it. Dancing in the Wings by Debbie Allen and Kadir Nelson. After they showed their rough drafts to each other, checking one another for correct spelling and punctuation, they carefully created 'final draft' of their notebook page, adding Professor Stick in their margins.

"For this lesson/notebook page, 'Professor Stick' was required to 1) explain what a participle is (in each student's own words) and 2) demonstrate making a participle in three steps. yr=d.getFullYear(); Ask and answer questions about Dancing in the Wingsby Debbie Allen 2.

We share graphic organizers with our peers, we find them in books, and we think we should also be able to find tried-and-true ones online at WritingFix. 11 pages of student work, plus an answer key! by clicking here! "In my classroom, we use Mr. Inspired by Barry Lane's Reviser's Toolbox, the WritingFix website encourages its teacher users to adapt our lessons, especially the tools of revision we have posted here. 1. 3. Also includes two customizable spaces to respond to questions, reflections, or learning targets. Help us obtain some from your students, and we'll make your hardest-working students "famous" to the thousands of teachers and students who use this lesson annually! Each partner should create three sentences that have participial phrases, and their partners should help them check for correct commas and spelling. Dancing in the Wings This is a story study for Dancing in the Wings by Debbie Allen. Students should try to have all three types of participles (beginning, middle and end) represented in their paragraphs. Create Lesson Share. View on WritingFix Share. You can read excerpts from the text to support how to use the new concept, if time does not permit you to read the entire text. WritingFix Homepage Use the overhead below to have students start thinking about participial phrases and their punctuation requirements. To our loyal WritingFix users: Please use this link if purchasing Dancing in the Wings from Amazon.com, and you will help us keep WritingFix free and on-line. Or a fifty yard dash. Dancing in the Wings Story Map Multi-Leveled Lesson. Let them work with a partner to figure out how to combine their "arrowed" sentences with a participial phrase. For this lesson, I wanted to have students combine visuals and written words on a notebook page so they would remember how to create and use a participle in their future sentences; I am always inspired by the combination of visuals and words that Marissa Moss uses in her Amelia's Notebook series, so I try to design my writer's notebook lessons to be both visual and word-based. Have them commit to ideas for revision based on their Post-It rankings.

Dancing in the Wings Paperback – Picture Book, December 1, 2003 by Debbie Allen (Author), Kadir Nelson (Illustrator) 4.8 out of 5 stars 875 ratings To submit student samples for this page's lesson, click here. Lesson & 6-Trait Overview   Student Instructions Created by WritingFix.

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dancing in the wings lesson plans

Make sure the students rank their use of the trait-specific skills on the Post-it® Note-sized templates, which means they'll only have one "1" and one "5." Here is a really large version of the page, if you want to zoom in on details or print my example on a poster, if you have that ability. Encourage students to use a different action verb in each short sentence. Most likely, your students will enjoy creating an illustration for this writing as they ready to place final drafts in their portfolios. Encourage students to draw at least three arrows between sets of sentences that could be happening at the same time, and encourage them to quickly add a new sentence to their lists if they don't have a sentence that meets that criteria yet, but they can think of one. Not all sentences should have participial phrases.

This lesson was built for WritingFix after being proposed by Nevada teacher Rebekah Foster at an SBC-sponsored inservice class. One of those combinations might just inspire a bigger paragraph. Sassy worries that her too-large feet, too-long legs, and even her big mouth will keep her from her dream of becoming a star ballerina. The intended "mentor text" to be used when teaching this on-line lesson is the picture book Dancing in the Wings by Debbie Allen. by clicking, Overhead resource for teaching participial phrases, Three fourth graders--Waheeb, Hanna, and Hibah--share their participial phrase-inspired stories, Two ninth graders--Mara and Alex--share their participial phrase-inspired stories, Sheet of 6 Sentence Fluency Post-it® Note-sized templates, Going Deep with 6 Trait Language Workbook for Teachers. WritingFix. Write a narrative on how students can make their mark If you've established a "Community of Editors" among your students, have each student exchange his/her paper with multiple peers. A Picture Book Writing Lesson from WritingFix The interactive activity on the Student Instructions Page is a follow-up to reading the story, and it attempts to inspire students to come up with an idea for their own original stories, using original participial phrases to add to their sentence variety. The intended "mentor text" to be used when teaching this on-line lesson is the picture book Dancing in the Wings by Debbie Allen. WritingFix Safely Publishes Students from Around the World! Lesson Plan from WritingFix.

A sporting event is a good possibility. The writing started with this lesson might become even more polished for final placement in the portfolio, or the big ideas being written about here might transform into a completely different piece of writing. Next, have students draw arrows between any two sentences whose actions might happen simultaneously; participial phrases don't work unless the actions of the sentence are more-or-less happening at the same time. "My purpose in assigning this type of page for their notebooks is I want my students to have a creative-looking reference page for participles for future reference during writer's workshop. "First, I showed students my completed notebook page, explaining the two requirements above, then I had students create a draft on a piece of scratch paper. You won't be able to post unless you are a verified member of this site's Writing Lesson of the Month ning. Stick as our 'margin mascot,' which means he is the visual that can appear on their notebook pages. Teacher Instructions & Lesson Resources  Student Writing Samples My purpose in including my own notebook page here as a model is to inspire you to create your own to show your students, but I will understand if you want to use mine as yours. (You must be a member of our "Writing Lesson of the Month" ning to post.). Walk through the class, and help students make good choices about their participial phrases. Or a dance. Interested in publishing student work on-line? Step two (introducing models of writing):    Before they write their own, In small groups, have your students read and respond to any or all of the student models that come with this lesson. Remind them that the participial phrase could go at the beginning, the end, or smack dab in the middle of the other sentence. Although, I use Dancing in the Wings, students can use already assigned texts or you can choose to use a text that appeals to your group of students. Step five (editing for conventions):  After students apply their revision ideas to their drafts and re-write neatly, require them to find an editor. I truly believe having this page in their notebooks helps my students remember to use more sophisticated types of sentences.".

For more ideas on WritingFix's Revision & Response Post-it® Note-sized templates, click here. This lesson was built for WritingFix after being proposed by Nevada teacher Rebekah Foster at an SBC-sponsored inservice class. With yellow high-lighters in hand, each peer reads for and highlights suspected errors for just one item from the Editing Post-it. Dancing in the Wings by Debbie Allen and Kadir Nelson. After they showed their rough drafts to each other, checking one another for correct spelling and punctuation, they carefully created 'final draft' of their notebook page, adding Professor Stick in their margins.

"For this lesson/notebook page, 'Professor Stick' was required to 1) explain what a participle is (in each student's own words) and 2) demonstrate making a participle in three steps. yr=d.getFullYear(); Ask and answer questions about Dancing in the Wingsby Debbie Allen 2.

We share graphic organizers with our peers, we find them in books, and we think we should also be able to find tried-and-true ones online at WritingFix. 11 pages of student work, plus an answer key! by clicking here! "In my classroom, we use Mr. Inspired by Barry Lane's Reviser's Toolbox, the WritingFix website encourages its teacher users to adapt our lessons, especially the tools of revision we have posted here. 1. 3. Also includes two customizable spaces to respond to questions, reflections, or learning targets. Help us obtain some from your students, and we'll make your hardest-working students "famous" to the thousands of teachers and students who use this lesson annually! Each partner should create three sentences that have participial phrases, and their partners should help them check for correct commas and spelling. Dancing in the Wings This is a story study for Dancing in the Wings by Debbie Allen. Students should try to have all three types of participles (beginning, middle and end) represented in their paragraphs. Create Lesson Share. View on WritingFix Share. You can read excerpts from the text to support how to use the new concept, if time does not permit you to read the entire text. WritingFix Homepage Use the overhead below to have students start thinking about participial phrases and their punctuation requirements. To our loyal WritingFix users: Please use this link if purchasing Dancing in the Wings from Amazon.com, and you will help us keep WritingFix free and on-line. Or a fifty yard dash. Dancing in the Wings Story Map Multi-Leveled Lesson. Let them work with a partner to figure out how to combine their "arrowed" sentences with a participial phrase. For this lesson, I wanted to have students combine visuals and written words on a notebook page so they would remember how to create and use a participle in their future sentences; I am always inspired by the combination of visuals and words that Marissa Moss uses in her Amelia's Notebook series, so I try to design my writer's notebook lessons to be both visual and word-based. Have them commit to ideas for revision based on their Post-It rankings.

Dancing in the Wings Paperback – Picture Book, December 1, 2003 by Debbie Allen (Author), Kadir Nelson (Illustrator) 4.8 out of 5 stars 875 ratings To submit student samples for this page's lesson, click here. Lesson & 6-Trait Overview   Student Instructions Created by WritingFix.

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