In this series of PD ON YOUR PLAN, Oklahoma REAC3H Coaches, Kelli Anglley and Kristen Jones present strategies for passage-based writing.
The series is intended for grades 3-8 and designed to be viewed by small groups to elicit discussion and participate in model lessons and activities. During certain segments, you will be asked to pause the video and reflect or engage in a short activity.
Prior to starting this series, please be sure to download the guidebook, located below, and please leave feedback in the form of a star rating (1-5) and post comments on the bottom of the page.
- 275 kBPBW Handout
- WRITING NEXT: Effective Strategies To Improve Writing of Adolescents In Middle And High Schools by Steve Graham and Dolores Perin (Page 15-21 will be used or referenced to during certain activities.)
Chapter 1: Foundations, and Essential Background Information
Chapter 2: Introduction to Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing
Chapter 3: Quoting, Using Evidence, and PEEC Paragraphs
Chapter 4: Teach Paraphrasing
Chapter 5: Teach Paraphrasing Continued
Chapter 6: Teach Summarization
Chapter 7: Teach Editing and Revisions
Chapter 8: Creating Prompts
Chapter 9: Creating Prompts Continued and Closing
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Lawwill, Kenneth Stuart. “Using Writing-to-Learn Strategies: Promoting Peer Collaboration among High School Science Teachers.” Diss. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA,1999, 29-30.
Meade School District. Summarizing strategies. Retrieved October 1, 2013 from http://www.meade.k12.sd.us/PASS/Pass%20Adobe%20Files/March%202007/SummarizingStrategies.pdf