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Units of Study in Opinion, Information, and Narrative Writing Elementary Series Bundle, Grades K-5

A Workshop Curriculum

By Lucy Calkins

For over 30 years, Lucy Calkins and her colleagues at the Teacher’s College Reading and Writing Project have served as premiere reading and writing educators. Drawing upon their vast experience with teaching writing through writing workshop, Lucy and her coauthors have crafted this groundbreaking writing curriculum. The series bundle includes all the guidance your budding workshoppers, and teachers alike, will need. 

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"For decades now, the Teacher’s College Reading and Writing Project has been piloting, refining, adapting, and developing a K-8 system of writing instruction. Many of the Reading and Writing Project's ideas on teaching writing have been, from the start, a part of the Common Core, but the Common Core also issued new challenges—ones that the Reading and Writing Project began working towards when the Common Core was just a whiff of a draft. This sequence of CCSS-aligned units in narrative, opinion/argument, and information writing, then, bears the stamp of both the Common Core and of thirty-five years of research and development."

—Lucy Calkins

About the Series

Lucy Calkins and her colleagues have drawn on their work from more than three decades to develop a state-of-the-art curriculum in writing to:

  • help you teach opinion, information, and narrative writing with increasing complexity
  • foster high-level thinking, including regular chances to synthesize, analyze, and critique
  • develop and refine strategies for content-area writing
  • support greater independence and fluency
  • conduct strategic performance assessments to help monitor students’ progress and differentiate instruction
  • provide a ladder of exemplar texts that model writing progressions across grades.

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