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DWA Revisions Workshop

“Remakes” for Points &


The Importance of a Growth Mindset
Learning Targets

You will be able to collaborate with peers in order to


efficiently revise skills on your written district assessment.

You will be able to diagnose and identify your biggest


issue in writing in order to practice that skill.

You will be able to efficiently lead your own learning in


order to better understand the way in which you are
obsessed in both 9th and 10th grade.
Structure of Workshop
You have been divided into teams based on your TARGET
SKILL (which you will focus on exclusively this week).

CONCRETE DETAIL TEAM #1


CONCRETE DETAIL TEAM #2
THESIS STATEMENT TEAM/TOPIC STATEMENT TEAM #1
TOPIC SENTENCE TEAM/TOPIC STATEMENT #2
COMMENTARY TEAM #1
COMMENTARY TEAM #2
Structure of Workshop
Your placement was determined by your lowest average
skill score from the Of Mice and Men paper in
October/November, your “Global Issues” timed-write final
in December, and your DWA essay in March.
-These are THREE MAJOR ASSESSMENTS, and you only
have ONE left! (every year, you have 4).
Structure of Workshop
ON TOP of having a Target Skill Team, you have a Target
Partner, which is the person who is your GO-TO friend for
helping REVISE your DWA and have TURN AND TALKS.

That person is indicated on your assignment table sheet.


IDENTIFY THAT PERSON NOW.
Structure of Workshop
For this week, you are also “NUMBERED” meaning when I
call on a table and say “number 3, what did your table
discuss?” you are now the spokesperson for your team,
and should be prepared to share. Not another number.
This means you should all be actively talking and listening
with each other so ANY ONE can represent the smartness,
amazingness of the group.
Structure of Workshop
Your GOAL as a team, is to progress from your
average table score to a 4 on the skill.
If you do after the challenges, writing, practice, and
self-lead work, you will get a prize on Monday
after this revision week is over :)
Structure of Workshop

WARM-UP (TEAM ACTIVITY)


TURN AND TALKS
READING OVER YOUR DWA → Some stats.
BREAK
REVISION SHEET/REVISIONS
SHOWCASING REVISIONS
WARM UP:
On each table, inside your file, you have a brief
TKM writing assignment. Complete it with your
TARGET PARTNER, but focus SPECIFICALLY on the
scale (the line on the rubric) of the skill you are
focusing on this week.
TURN AND TALK WITH YOUR TABLE
Share your work aloud with the Target Skill Table, with
the rubric in hand.
Your team mates should score your choice and
embedding of concrete detail OR topic sentence OR
commentary based on the scale.
Choose which is the best to read aloud and explain your
score and why it was given, using the rubric.
TURN AND TALK WITH TARGET TABLE

DECIDE WHICH IS THE HIGHEST EMBEDDING/CHOICE OF


ONE-CHUNK (bold the skill you are specifically working on)
and SHARE it with Ms. Traynor, so I may put it on the screen
for assessment.
TURN AND TALK WITH TARGET TABLE

ONCE PROJECTED-
let’s look at what you did as a class.
What do the OTHER teams score this? Why?
READ OVER YOUR DWA AND THE SCORES

For the next ten minutes, I’d like you to do nothing but
revisit your DWA on turnitin.com.

Look at the score sheet on the side (you click the “grid
view”) and write down your scores.
READ OVER YOUR DWA AND THE SCORES

With your Target Partner, you’re going to spend the


next minute or so discussing this question:
Why do you think you struggle with your
target skill? INK HARD: don’t just say
“because”...
READ OVER YOUR DWA AND THE SCORES

For the remainder of the period, I want you to come up


with your REVISION PLAN.

The sheet in front of you overviews how this is done.