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Workshops/Workshop Series
 

The District of Columbia Area Writing Project works with schools to plan staff development sessions or conferences that best meet the needs of instructional staff.

 

Sample Titles

 
Workshops May Be Grouped for Series or Multi-Session Institutes
Differentiated Writing Instruction Effective Journal Writing The Writing Process:  An Interdisciplinary Approach
Introduction to Portfolios The Emergent Writer Gearing Up for Standardized Writing Assessments
Writing for English Language Learners Content Area Writing:  Writing in Science Writing to the Prompt:  Constructed Responses
Writing is Thinking Aligning Writing Instruction With Writing Standards Writing as Performance Based Education
Content Area Writing:  Writing to Learn Mathematics Writing Through Crisis:  Using Writing As A Healing Process The Voices of Poetry:  Using Expressive Writing to Motivate Young Writers
Journal Writing in the ESL Classroom Creating Family and Community History Through Writing Photojournaling:  Reaching Hesitant Writers
Write Accounts:  Using Family Histories to Promote Parent/Teacher/Student Relationships Celebrating Diversity Through a Student Centered Writing Experience Classroom Centers:  Writing Around the Room
Engaging the Urban Student Writer (Middle & High School) Inclusion:  Teaching Writing to Special Needs Children in the Regular Classroom The Reading-Writing Connection
Picture Books for Learning:  A How to Series for Primary Teachers Preparing for the SAT Writing Component:  Argumentative Writing Parents Teach the "Write" Way:  Strategies for Parent Involvement
 

Forty-five hour Workshop Series

  • Literacy Plus:  Writing to Learn Across the Curriculum
  • Meeting the Standards:  Critical Reading and Writing
  • Standards-based Writing Instruction
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