The Literacy Workshop
Where Reading and Writing Converge
Patterns of Power, Grades 9–12
Teaching Grammar Through Reading and Writing
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Patterns of Wonder
Inviting Emergent Writers to Play with the Conventions of Language
Fostering Responsive Thinkers and Communicators
Fostering Choice, Collaboration, and Community in the Writing Classroom
Patterns of Power, Grades 1–5
Inviting Young Writers into the Conventions of Language
Welcome to Writing Workshop
Engaging Today’s Students with a Model That Works
Patterns of Power, Grades 6-8
Inviting Adolescent Writers into the Conventions of Language
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No More “How Long Does It Have to Be?”
Fostering Independent Writers in Grades 3-8
Quick Writes to Kindle Hearts and Minds in Elementary Classrooms
Whitney La Rocca & Jeff Anderson: Progress Over PerfectionWhitney and Jeff share how thinking about progression, instead of perfection, can support emergent writers.
Jeff Anderson: Invitation to Notice, Grade 4Patterns of Power invites you to take just five minutes from your reading workshop and five minutes from your writing workshop to focus on conventions. Those ten minutes will have a miraculous effect on your students’ understanding of how language works for readers and writers.
Blogs | Webinars | Podcasts
In this blog post, literacy educator, Grace Choi, shares how oral storytelling and short video recordings can be powerful tools for composing and revising in the writing classroom.
In this webinar, Maria Walther and Karen Biggs-Tucker will show you how the literacy workshop will expand the time you have to study students, focus on their assets, and support them as they engage in authentic literacy experiences and learner-driven inquiries.
In this podcast, Stacey Shubitz and Lynne Dorfman in discussion with Stenhouse’s Bill Varner. Stacey and Lynne are veteran writers and educators, and together co-authored the recent book Welcome to Writing Workshop: Engaging Today’s Students with a Model That Works.