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WRITING/CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
Managing Writing Time

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: Nibley, Utah
Date Submitted: April 18, 2001

During writing time, I always have a lot of things going on at one time. I have some students who are publishing, while others are editing, and so forth. To help me view at a quick glance what my different students are working on, I made a large poster that has the different steps of the writing process. My list includes:

1 - Webbing
2 - Rough Draft
3 - Editing
4 - Rewriting
5 - Publishing

I then have written each student's names on clothespins. When my students are on a certain step with their writing, they quietly go over to the poster and clip their clothespin on the side where they are.

     
 

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