...................PLANNING THE HEART OF THE WRITING PROCESS......................
Quote of the Week: “If you want to be successful as bad as you want to breathe, then you will succeed. "Robert Zuniga"

Word of the Week: lethargy (noun) laziness, tiredness, indolence

RIF: Vocabulary—Context clues

Essential question: How does planning help in the writing process?

Objectives: 1. Create outside of the box thesis statement

2. Draft, revise, and edit a planning sheet based on a given prompt.

3. Incorporate elements of SCOPE in writing draft.

4. Organize writing portfolio.


Warm Up: Grammar Skill build up

Class Work: Individual Planning-- Persuasive Prompt.

Home work: Complete Class work.


Warm Up: Thesis Review

Class work: Timed Planning ( Purple Pen finish)

Home work: None


Warm up: Thesis Review

Class work. Writing of essay framework/ teacher- student conference

Home work: complete Class work / Sound bite due

Thursday: Early release

Class work: Organization of folder / practice planning

Friday: Teacher Planning

If you do not breathe through writing,

If you do not cry out in writing or sing in writingThen don't write, because our culture has no use for it.