Week 4DAILY JOURNAL ASSIGNMENTS: 

Monday, April 13: Do you see the journal sheet image on the right? If you click on that, you can enlarge it. Take a good look at the journal labeled “Day 1” and come up with a list of five things this writer does well.

Tuesday, April 14: Do you see the journal sheet image on the right? If you click on that, you can enlarge it. Take a good look at the journal labeled “Day 1” and decide which two things the writer needs to work on most, in order to publish this successfully.

Wednesday, April 15: Do you see the journal sheet image on the right? If you click on that, you can enlarge it. Take a good look at the journal labeled “Day 2” and come up with a list of five things this writer does well.

Thursday, April 16: Do you see the journal sheet image on the right? If you click on that, you can enlarge it. Take a good look at the journal labeled “Day 3” and come up with the two most important things this writer needs to work on, in order to publish this paper successfully.

 

DAILY CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES: 

Monday, April 13 through Thursday, April 16: This week classes will begin with a daily journal, as described above. Then students will either finish their mid-term test or pair off to begin scoring our stories. You must have a page called a “Scoring Guide” to do this. If you were absent when we started scoring, find a partner who was NOT absent that day. They should be able to help you understand how we score in pairs, to avoid biased scoring. (Both partners must agree upon a score.) We will not begin editing until Thursday, April 16th at the earliest. All stories must first be given 4 scores.

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About Chelly Wood

I am a school librarian with an English degree, and I like to write books. My literary agent is Elizabeth Kracht of Kimberley Cameron & Associates.

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