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					                                                              Institute Objective Calendar- Writing

Colab Group: 2019

Colab Members: Jena Addison, Alex Beattie, Kristin Ohanian and Madison Staab

M 6-13                                     T 6-14                                   W 6-15                                      Th 6-16

Week-long objective for Narrative:         Week-long objective, plus:               Week-long objective, plus:                  Week-long objective, plus:
*SWBAT use elements of the writing
process (planning, drafting, revising,     Daily Objective: SWBAT develop drafts Daily Objective: SWBAT to revise drafts Daily Objectives: Students will be able
editing and publishing) to compose a       by categorizing ideas and organizing  to add more specific details.           to edit their work for grammar, spelling
narrative text.                            them into paragraphs.                                                         and punctuation errors

Daily Objective: SWBAT to generate and                                                                                          Students will publish a final draft.
organize ideas for a narrative piece.

M 6-20                                     T 6-21                                   W 6-22                                      Th 6-23

Week-long objective for Expository         Week-long objective, plus:               Week-long objective, plus:               Week-long objective, plus:
(Procedural) Text: *SWBAT use
elements of the writing process            Daily Objective: Mirrored from narrative Daily Objective: Mirrored from narrative Daily Objective: Mirrored from narrative
(planning, drafting, revising, editing and above (only for purpose of expository or above (only for purpose of expository) above (only for purpose of expository)
publishing) to compose an expository procedural writing)
text

Daily Objective: Mirrored from narrative
above (only for purpose of expository
writing)
M 6-27                                   T 6-28                                     W 6-29                                      Th 6-30
                                                                                                                                Assessment Day
Week-long objective: Same as               Week-long objective, plus:               Week-long objective, plus:
expository and narrative-students use
the five-step writing process to           Daily Objective: Mirrored from narrative Daily Objective: Revising persuasive text
compose persuasive text                    and expository objectives: apply to
                                           persuasive text (drafting)
Daily Objective: Planning for persuasive
text
                                                                 Institute Objective Calendar- Writing

Colab Group: 2020
Colab Members: Alex, Sam, Giselle, Marisa

M 6-13                                   T 6-14                                   W 6-15                                   Th 6-16
SWBAT use elements of the writing        SWBAT use elements of the writing        SWBAT use elements of the writing        SWBAT use elements of the writing
process (planning, drafting, revising,   process (planning, drafting, revising,   process (planning, drafting, revising,   process (planning, drafting, revising,
editing, and publishing) to compose      editing, and publishing) to compose      editing, and publishing) to compose      editing, and publishing) to compose
narrative text.                          narrative text.                          narrative text.                          narrative text.

SWBAT plan a first draft by generating   SWBAT develop drafts by categorizing     SWBAT revise drafts by using details.    SWABT edit drafts for capitalization and
ideas through a range of strategies.     ideas and organizing them into                                                    punctuation using a teacher-developed
                                         paragraphs.                                                                       rubric and publish written work.


M 6-20                                   T 6-21                                   W 6-22                                   Th 6-23
SWBAT use elements of the writing        SWBAT use elements of the writing        SWBAT use elements of the writing        SWBAT use elements of the writing
process (planning, drafting, revising,   process (planning, drafting, revising,   process (planning, drafting, revising,   process (planning, drafting, revising,
editing, and publishing) to compose an   editing, and publishing) to compose an   editing, and publishing) to compose an   editing, and publishing) to compose an
expository text.                         expository text.                         expository text.                         expository text.

SWBAT plan a first draft by generating   SWBAT develop drafts by categorizing     SWBAT revise drafts by using _____.      SWABT edit drafts for spelling using a
ideas through a range of strategies.     ideas and organizing them into                                                    teacher-developed rubric and publish
                                         paragraphs.                                                                       written work.



M 6-27                                   T 6-28                                   W 6-29                                   Th 6-30
SWBAT use elements of the writing        SWBAT use elements of the writing        SWBAT use elements of the writing        Assessment Day
process (planning, drafting, revising,   process (planning, drafting, revising,   process (planning, drafting, revising,
editing, and publishing) to compose      editing, and publishing) to compose      editing, and publishing) to compose
persuasive text.                         persuasive text.                         persuasive text.

SWBAT plan a first draft by generating   SWBAT revise drafts by using _____.      SWABT edit drafts for spelling &
ideas through a range of strategies.                                              grammar using a teacher-developed
                                                                                  rubric and publish written work.
SWBAT develop drafts by categorizing
ideas and organizing them into
paragraphs.
                                                  Institute Objective Calendar- Writing

Colab Group: 2018
Colab Members: Sarah Watson, Sara Gregson, Bubba Brownley, Kaitlin Hopkins

M 6-13                           T 6-14                             W 6-15                               Th 6-16
                                                                    SWBAT use elements of the            SWBAT use elements of the
                                                                    writing process to compose           writing process to compose
                                                                    narrative texts.                     narrative texts.

                                                                    SWBAT revise drafts by adding        SWBAT produce a published copy
                                                                    more details to make their writing   of a narrative text.
                                                                    more interesting.
M 6-20                           T 6-21                             W 6-22                               Th 6-23
SWBAT use elements of the        SWBAT use elements of the          SWBAT use elements of the            SWBAT use elements of the
writing process to compose       writing process to compose a       writing process to compose           writing process to compose a
a procedural text.               procedural text.                   a procedural text.                   procedural text.

SWBAT to generate and organize   SWBAT develop drafts that          SWBAT revise drafts by adding        SWBAT produce a published copy
ideas for a procedural text.     make their ideas into a coherent   more details to make their writing   of a procedural text.
                                 procedural text.                   more interesting.

M 6-27                           T 6-28                             W 6-29                               Th 6-30
SWBAT use elements of the        SWBAT use elements of the          SWBAT use elements of the            Assessment Day
writing process to compose       writing process to compose         writing process to compose
persuasive texts.                persuasive texts.                  persuasive texts.

SWBAT to generate and organize   SWBAT develop drafts that          SWBAT revise drafts by adding
ideas for a persuasive text.     make their ideas into coherent     more details to make their writing
                                 persuasive texts                   more interesting.

                                                                    SWBAT produce a published copy
                                                                    of a persuasive text.

				
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