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Interactive Writing K-2
 
Interactive writing is a collaborative event in which students and their teacher compose an authentic writing piece. Throughout the process, the teacher models and teaches reading and writing strategies. At points selected by the teacher for instructional value, students are invited to 'share the pen' to write a word, phrase, or part of a word.

Within the interactive writing process, early foundational literacy skills are taught and modeled by the teacher and practiced by the students. The areas of learning can include concepts about print, vocabulary, phonological awareness, learning about letters and words, sight/high-frequency words, and composing a writing piece. The focus of the interactive writing lesson is chosen by the teacher based on the students' strengths and gaps.

During this session, the participants will learn what interactive writing is, why it's useful, when to use it, and how to implement it in their classroom. They will observe a modeled interactive writing lesson and then apply their learning when they practice with each other.
 
Lunch will be provided for those who register at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance.

Target Audience
K-2 Classroom Teachers, Elementary Special Education Teachers
No Sessions available for registration.

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