Friday, July 12, 2013

Daily 5- Work on Writing {lots of ideas!}

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In case you are just finding me, you can read about the other posts here:



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Thank you again to all of you who commented on the last post- there were some GREAT insights into Read to Someone!  I got the feeling that it is definitely not the favorite!  Don't be afraid!  I remember the year I started Daily 5 and we had just spent 6 weeks working on stamina.  When I pulled my first reading group and let my kids spread their wings~ it was a great feeling.  I learned I had to trust that they were doing the right thing- and guess what?  They were!!
If you teach them- they can do it! :)

A question about CAFE was also brought up- I plan to spend a bit more time with that one in my last D5 post.  Stay tuned.

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OK... on to Work on Writing!!

My students all get a journal... I add colorful card stock to the front and back to make it look ooohhh so cool :)
Can you tell I made this journal cover a zillion years ago before all the cutesy fonts and graphics?! :)

The inside of the journal... nothing special. At the start of the year we use paper with the dotted lines and there must be a space for a picture.
The journals are kept in a writing folder in their desk.  

I also have a writing table area that has other supplies they might need.


My mini-lessons at the beginning of Work on Writing stamina building are about two things-

1. what to write about

2. what to do if you are STUCK and don't know what to do.
(kids always have plenty to write about and never say, "I don't know what to write about" --- said no teacher ever! ;)


I always start with the underlining lesson.  If you read The Daily 5 book it talks about telling the kids to just put a line under a word they are not exactly sure of the spelling.  I can't tell you what a blessing that simple little trick is!  I then don't have 24 little ones constantly asking me about spelling.  It is a fab tool for the kids!

Next, I have created picture prompt cards to help give students some ideas on writing.  

If you look at the far right of her desk she has a picture prompt card.  I made these a million years ago by just using clip art in Word (or print shop), printed, glued to construction paper, and laminated.  They are a BIG hit!  This is probably my 10th year using the SAME cards!!

Bag of prompt cards!  I just put them in a gift bag and they sit on my writing table waiting for a customer!


A sampling of what the cards look like


Just a side note about the cards- I tell the kids to either write about the picture (more of an expository paragraph telling about the topic) OR make up a story about the picture.  They can usually do either one of those.  ALSO, so that you don't have kids getting up to constantly change their cards OR standing there digging through the whole bag, I say you have two picks and that is it.  So if the first pick is not your favorite you can pick one more time and then you get what you get.
(and you don't throw a fit :)


Another item I can't live without is my student dictionaries.  They are AMAZING (and FREE!!)  We use them during word wall~the kids highlight the words of the week as I introduce them (what kid doesn't love using a highlighter!)  And then we use them during Work on Writing time to look up words and add new words!

Here one student is helping another student find a word in his dictionary.


So easy to print and assemble!

Here is a closer look at the inside.

There is even a page (on left) of writing ideas!

I know... you are saying ... where do you get the dictionary?? :)  Well... they are from Barbara Gurian! Find it HERE  Its pretty amazing and you really can't find anything better!! (believe me, I've looked!)

I've taught with and without dictionaries and I have to say that having it leaves the kids less stressed about spelling.  I do have to mention that these particular dictionaries are best for second grade and up 
(they would be way to difficult for first grade).


Something I tried for the first time this past year was class journals.  I found these from Stephany Dillon on TpT.  You can check it out by clicking {here





I wish these would have been more popular with the kids!  I love this idea and I will try them again.


Not to throw a product at you
(but I'm going to anyway- ha!)
I also use Writing Wheels during Work on Writing.
I created these beauties this past year and my kids went gaga over them!
They look like this:

They help the children with the creative writing process by providing a character, an action, and a setting.  Then they can fill in the rest!  PLUS it builds good sentence structure (for the little guys!)  The best part.. sometimes you can make the sentences silly!  What kid doesn't love silly!!  My son and I had a blast making all kinds of sentences... he loved the one... 
"A dinosaur built a snowman on the Moon!"  hehehe...
(how fun would that one be to illustrate!)


Click above to check it out! :)


And if ALL of the above was not enough "choices" for writing ideas...
I also give them this paper:
click to get

They can fill in more ideas in each box.  I love this paper and the kids now have PLENTY to write about!!!  
(which makes one happy teacher!)



So, what if they have their topic (because of all the handy tools above) but now they are stuck.  What then?
Weeeelllll......

I also introduce this AWESOME idea that was floating around the blogosphere last summer.  If you look carefully at this picture, the girl is holding a light bulb.

If the student has "writer's block" I tell them to take a light bulb moment.  Target had light bulbs (last summer!!) and I put them into a basket like this:


 I was skeptical at first because I wasn't sure my second graders could handle this... that maybe they would think the bulbs were a toy.  I WAS WRONG!  They took it totally seriously and an amazing thing happened.  They got up.. got a light bulb... sat for a minute... put it back and started writing again.  WOWSERS!!!  It was a beautiful thing.  If you want to read more about this... click {here}

This did work very well all year.  The only problem is that the light bulbs eventually fell apart :(  I have no idea if I can repair them or not.  Someone DID mentioned that TARGET had light bulb note pads in their dollar spot THIS SUMMER... how fun would that be??  They could be laminated and used that way!!  (see ya- i'm going to Target!)

Last share....
I try to add all kinds of mini lessons into my writing time or before our Daily 5 time but I was struggling with how to run that time.
I was thrilled when I found this book:  No More "I'm Done!" by Jennifer Jacobson  (did you know she is also the author of the Andy Shane books?).
No More "I'm Done!": Fostering Independent Writers in the Primary Grades





In the No More "I'm Done!" book there are tons of amazing writing mini-lesson ideas.  She also ties many of the lessons to literature which I love to do!  The book is so "readable" with many great user-friendly ideas.  The one thing that I do now (because of this book) is a "Quiet 10" time.  I start my writing time with a short 5-8 minute mini-lesson.  We then start Quiet 10 which is 10 minutes of silent plan/or beginning to write time (their writing is usually based on the mini lesson).  I tell the kids that this is brainstorming time and this CAN include pictures (sometimes those that have trouble writing 'cold turkey' should be aloud to draw first... this will get their creative juices flowing).  Oh~ and I write TOO!  During my Quite 10 I always play some soft music and set my timer.  My FAVORITE, FAVORITE music is:         
This is a MUST for every classroom!

Once the 10 minutes are up we continue to write but it is AMAZING how that first 10 minutes of complete concentration sets the tone for the rest of the writing time.  We then usually continue to write for about 10 more minutes and I do some writing conferences.  I ALWAYS end with some share time.  This is a must!  Some love to share and others can gain ideas.  I found myself REALLY enjoying my writing time based on this simple writing model!

So to clarify, sometimes I start my Quiet 10 before a class round of Work on Writing.  Other times I do a separate writing block that includes a Quiet 10 time.  
Hopefully that makes sense!

And that's it!  I hope you gained an idea or two to help with your Work on Writing time! :)

Like before, I will be picking a winner from the people who leave a comment below.  I'd love to hear about your writing time!!
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91 comments:

  1. Love the ideas for writing paper...because second graders are notorious for not having anything to write about OR writing about the same thing every. single. time.

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    1. So true!! I have those kids too. I like school. It is fun. Sound familiar? heheh...
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    2. Wow! Amazing ideas, think I will give the light-bulb idea a try for when we work on prompts for our state test.

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  2. I've tried giving first graders a picture and having them write a "story". By the end of the year we were really developing ideas...(or at least some were). Great ideas. So looking forward to a new year! rwrench64@yahoo.com

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  3. I love your writing prompt pictures. I will be teaching 4th for the first time in the fall and we have "The writing test" and I think this could be a fun way to practice writing on demand. Thank you so much for the awesome idea!!!

    :) Nicole
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  4. Oh girl, I love EVERYTHING about this post!! I team teach and I shared this post with my team teacher :) We are definitely going to do some picture cards and have dictionaries available {I have done them in the past but I guess I didn't train the troops enough to use them!!}

    Something we do is have our kiddos make a map of their hearts. They write and draw pictures of things important to them on the heart. Then they glue it in the front of their journal. Then when they have "nothing to write about" we tell them to look at the map of their heart :)

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  5. Love this post. I just ordered The Daily 5 and cant wait for it to arrive. In the past I have taken old calendars and laminated them for students to use as writing prompts. I'm definitely going to have to go get some of those light bulb stickies at Target now that I have an idea of what to use them for! Thanks for sharing :)
    Rebecca

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  7. Wow!! Tons of great ideas I can't wait to try! I teach first grade and I just tried daily 5 for my first time last year. Kids can write lists if they want. I also keep stationary paper to match the holiday/season it is. They can write a true story or made up related to the paper. When I introduced poetry, that was an option for work on writing as well. They loved that! Finally, I would have writing notebook/ journal time where everybody wrote (separate from daily 5 time). I would usually give them some kind of prompt or two to write about. I would have 4-5 students a day to work with.

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  8. I think I just pinned or copied everything on this post!

    Deb

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  9. So many great ideas! I always appreciate you sharing. I especially want to incorporate a dictionary to make my little one's more independent.
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  10. You always have such good ideas.
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  11. Fantastic ideas, I am all kinds of in love with the Writing Wheels, just wishlisted them! I started D5 last year in a 2/3 class and started agin this year in a year 3 class. I was so much better this year! I really gave my kids a lot more freedom oc=f choice this year and I was so surprised that Work on Writing was one of the more popular. I had shared journals and they were very successful in getting kiddos to JUST WRITE! We also used writing prompts and picture prompts.
    Love this post and I am heading of to order the book, "No more- I'm Done". Thanks for all the great info.

    Tania
    Mrs Poultney's Ponderings

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  12. Thank you for such a detailed post! Work on Writing has been my least favorite of all the D5 choices but I know my issues have all been a lack of independence. You have given great ideas that foster the independence I've been looking for...ready to try it again!
    Dianne @ Hopelessly Devoted
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  13. Ok, OK...I FOUND MY BOOK " No More I'm DOne!" After your wonderful post, I felt I needed to reread it. I DID! So mUch better the second time! I actually remember some things! I think I was doing report cards last time. So I am IN! Writing is ready to go! THANKS! Wendy 1stgradefireworks@gmail.com 1stgradefireworks

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  14. I love all of your ideas. I do have a question though, do you have them turn in their writing for assessment?

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    1. Great question! I do collect their journals every so often for assessments. I also try and meet with the kids and do a writing conference- that way I can see what they are doing and we can talk about what they need to improve on. Otherwise they just write! :)

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  15. I love the lightbulb! I like the picture cards also. I need to start looking for some photos. Hoping to improve my writing instruction this coming year. Thanks for the tips.
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  16. Lovin your daily D5 posts! I had made the class journals last year but never got to them, so I hope to this year now that I have a better understanding of D5. I also use A Cupcake for Teacher's Writing Center. My kiddos love being able to see the examples and write all the different types of things shown - lists, card and letters (which I let them write to classmates and they love that), recipes, etc. Keep up the great work ~Cara Lee

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  17. I love to teach writing, so I've been waiting for this post! I love the light bulb idea, and I've been wanting the No More I'm Done book for a while now. What I do for work on writing is: Each student has their own seeds notebook. We decorate it at the beginning of the year with family pictures and magazine cut outs. I make sure to tell them the pictures and cut outs need to be things they can write stories about. We also make the heart maps that another person commented about. So when a student gets stuck, they have the front and back covers, as well as their heart map, to look at for ideas. We also do a fun activity with the book Nothing Ever Happens on 90th Street. We read the book, tour the school, and take notes about things happening in different parts of the school. Then they can always go back and be reminded of different school stories they could write. This year, I will also be making the class journals. I just wishlisted the journals covers you use! I like to keep my Daily 5 work on writing pretty basic - give them as many ideas as possible and just let them write! I also let them draw as long as they write a couple sentences about it. In first grade, they are very visual. Then my Writer's Workshop is the more detailed and structured writing instruction.

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  18. Writing is the one area that I feel that I don't do well enough although each year I am getting better. Even though we still have 6 weeks of summer, I am planning on what I have to do to improve my writing program. Thanks for the the fabulous ideas.

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  19. This post is AWESOME - so detailed! I am now your newest follower :) come stop by if you get a chance!

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  20. You are brilliant! I am so glad you are posting about how you use Daily 5. I've gained so many insights and ideas from you. Thank you SO much!

    Tina
    Crofts' Classroom

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  21. Thanks for sharing all of the great ideas! I am going to have the children underline the words they are not sure how to spell. That will certainly be a lifesaver for me.

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  22. Thanks Tori,

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  23. Hi! Thank you for all the wonderful ideas today! Can't wait to use some of them.
    Debi :-)

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  24. Thanks for sharing all these great writing ideas! I always seem to have a hard time with the writing area and I'm always looking for ideas on what to do. This gave me a lot of great ideas! Thanks!Teaching Little Miracles

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  25. Wow! Thanks for all the awesome ideas.

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  26. Thanks for the ideas. I'm reading Daily 5 this summer & thinking of trying it. I am in 1st grade so I would make some adjustments.
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    1. OMG you are GREAT!! Thanks for that link- I will share it in my next post. Thanks! :)

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  28. Wow! Great tips for Work on Writing - I am SO going to use some of them this year!!

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  30. Wow thank you for such a detailed post! I just finished reading the daily 5 & Cafe books and I'm very excited to start the year in kindergarten for the first time after time, just wondering how and what to do with them at the beginning of the year when they are not writing nor reading? ? Any suggestions?? curiouseveus@yahoo.com

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  31. I love your post! I got so many great ideas that I can use for my first graders. I am trying to find new ideas for writing more in my classroom this near year. I was wondering if you had posted somewhere your Daily Journal pages. I LOVE them. I was wondering if I could get a copy of them.
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    ~Jocelyn

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  32. Thank you so much for all the information. For the life of me I can't figure out how to put the dictionary together without having blank pages, but I see on your post that you don't have black pages. Any tips you could give me would be greatly appreciated :)

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  33. Do you instruct/teach your students to write first, draw second? That is the problem I ran into last year, especially with my lower kiddos. We had many awesome pics, but very few words to tell about the pic.
    Gail
    grleighty@gmail.com

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  34. Hi Tori,
    Thanks for all of your great ideas. I dipped my toes into the "Daily 5 Pool" last year and I am really looking forward to getting in the deep end this year. You have awesome ideas and I really appreciate you sharing...especially the spelling dictionary...one question ...how do you assemble it? Should I print it front/back? This kind of stuff...along with jigsaw puzzles...is not a strength of mine :)
    Thanks again!
    ~Amy
    jcolemac99@gmail.com

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  35. Hi Tori,
    Thanks for all of your great ideas. I dipped my toes into the "Daily 5 Pool" last year and I am really looking forward to getting in the deep end this year. You have awesome ideas and I really appreciate you sharing...especially the spelling dictionary...one question ...how do you assemble it? Should I print it front/back? This kind of stuff...along with jigsaw puzzles...is not a strength of mine :)
    Thanks again!
    ~Amy
    jcolemac99@gmail.com

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  36. Hi, just wondering how you manage Work on Writing? E.g. Do they hand their stories in to you? Or do you have a different system of checking the work they are doing? I'm new to Daily 5 this year, and am finding Work on Writing the hardest to manage and conference with the kids about. Thanks!

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  37. Thank you for these great ideas! I did Daily 5 for the past 6 years. I am not an Language Arts consultant. One of my tasks this year is to give workshops on how to start the Daily 5. Teachers want ideas and examples! Your site will really help give what the teachers want.
    Merci from Quebec, Canada

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  44. Thank you for sharing! I'm currently OOC homeschooling my 2nd grader for a year. These ideas are so helpful because she struggles with writing and I needed FRESH ideas.

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  45. Hi! I tried printing out the dictionary. I am having a hard time putting them together. Do you print it two sided? can you please email me back at katey.gauthier@bridgecityisd.net

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