Teaching Writing: Leo Tolstoy and Lucy Calkins Writing Workshop

  1. Selecting one out of a large number of ideas and images presented
  2. Choosing words for it and cloth-place for it
  3. Remembering it and finding a place for it
  4. Not repeating nor leaving out anything, and in the ability of combining what follows with that which precedes, all the time keeping in mind what is already written down
  5. Thinking and writing at the same time
  1. 10 minute mini-lesson
  2. 40 minute work time, 5 minute mid-workshop teaching
  3. 10 minute share

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