- Includes a variety of sample schedules, ideas for presenting each WriteShop I and II lesson, tips for editing and grading, and suggestions for classroom management and structuring class time
- Appendix has reproducible forms such as homework sheets, parent handouts, blank schedule, and more
- Copyright requires each teacher to purchase his/her own e-Handbook
Kim Kautzer and Debra Oldar
Junior high and high school
PDF (available for immediate download)
No, this is an optional component
Teacher's Manual for WriteShop I & II
What Teachers Are Saying…
WriteShop I is working miracles in my class!!! I had about given up on this group of kids … I’m absolutely amazed at the writing I’m getting from them.
WriteShop is inspired! I’ve been teaching English for a long time—I absolutely love it! I haven’t seen anything in fifteen years that’s given such good results across the board. [Our school has] spent a lot of money in the past looking for something we can get excited about. We’re using WriteShop in all our junior high classes.
Kathy, California (Christian school administrator)
WriteShop has provided me with a great teaching tool. The writing assignments enlist the students’ experiences, the skill builders offer concrete practice in sentence variations and other writers’ tools, and the student checklists teach self-editing. The teacher’s checklist and evaluation sheets provide practical help for grading the compositions, and the teacher’s manual [and Handbook are] thorough. Overall, the WriteShop curriculum is a great hands-on program for classes or individuals. I highly recommend it to teachers, parents, and students alike.