Real-Life Writing Lesson: Invitation

By: Paula Jensvold

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Real-Life Writing Lesson: Creating Lists 9
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Real-Life Writing Lesson: Sending Postcards 8
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Real-Life Writing Lesson: Creating Cards 9
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Real-Life Writing Lesson: Writing Letters 11
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Real-Life Writing Lesson: Making Signs 8
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Real-Life Writing Lesson: Taking a Message 9
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Real-Life Writing Lesson: Drafting Directions 8
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Real-Life Writing Lesson: Journaling 8
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Real-Life Writing Lesson: Designing Ads 8
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Real-Life Writing Lesson: Making a Map 8
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Real-Life Writing Lesson: Creating a Small Moment 7
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Real-Life Writing Lesson: More Real-Life Writing Lessons 10
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Teaching about invitations can be a difficult thing in school. Invitations are typically “at home” writing experiences because they deal mainly with celebrations such as birthdays. Many children have received an invitation at some time in the mail. And writing their own invitations is always an exciting experience, because it usually signals a special event is about to happen!

Grades K - 2

Always end Writers’ Workshop with a sharing circle. A sharing circle is a great way to reflect on the day’s writing or even teach something new. Children learn best from listening to other children’s writing. Even though it takes extra minutes in your day, don’t forget to meet in a circle and wrap up!

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