The Writing Rope

By Joan Sedita & The Reading League Wisconsin Last updated 2024/05/24
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In this one-hour webinar, author and educator Joan Sedita explains the Writing Rope, a framework that integrates key elements of evidence-based writing instruction. The model includes critical thinking, syntax, text structure, writing craft, and transcription.

Curriculum Connection

D1. Developing Ideas and Organizing Content D2. Creating Texts D3. Publishing, Presenting, and Reflecting
This webinar supports the teaching and learning of multiple curriculum expectations in Strand D.
Grade(s): 4 5 6 7 8 9
Topic(s): GrammarSyntax and Sentence StructureWriting
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  1. I cam here looking for more information to share with a colleague on writing. She has the Writing Rope and this video is exactly what she needs to think a little deeper. I really like using the phrase, “write to think”. I always like to connect reading to our brain and what it is doing- I also like talking about what the brain is doing when we write. I find some students really want to know what their brain is doing. “Model, practice, reflect” is a great way to also explain “I do, we do and you do” when working with older students. Taking notes when we learn is also something I want to mention. This is so important for my brain. I try to help student learn if their brain also likes this learning tool. Lastly, spelling is so important! Thank you so much Reading League groups!

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