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Writing on Demand

This Writing on Demand teacher package includes the Daily Writing to Learn the Curriculum print and online curriculum with teacher manual, student book, student and teacher orientation videos, webinars for online edition, and professional development text – Constructed Responses for Learning. These instructional tools support students with 6 to 12 critical-thinking strategies for writing that train students to analyze, compare, contrast, elaborate, or explain relationships as well as infer, reason logically, support claims, and summarize ideas. They help students solidify and boost learning in any course of study. It also includes an interactive

  • Teacher orientation video for individual teacher / parent training or whole school Professional Development
  • Student orientation video for guiding students through an efficacious Writing on Demand routine with the Quad Cluster strategy (grades 3-12) / Copy and Continue (grades 2-3) / Sentence Stems (grade 1) / Remember Game (PreK-K).

 Writing to Win Writing on Demand is a system of writing strategies for building the vocabulary of content standards. Teachers choose from 6 to 12 critical-thinking writing strategies to support the essential question of a lesson. Students respond with a writing strategy to explain what they understand.

For each critical-thinking strategy:

  • A script for using the Five Key Practices for Writing on Demand
  • Teacher model of writing
  • Student exemplars
  • Daily Writing Prompts for all state and national standards – ELA, math, science, and social studies
  • Templates for creating charts – Guide for Writing to Learn, Log of Entries for Teacher Expectations, Picture Makers, Voice, Pictures, and Flow
  • Student-friendly rubric for self-assessment and peer-evaluation
Educator Type

Public/Private Schools, Marzano Academies, Homeschools, Home Learning

Grade Level

Grades Pre-K – Kindergarten, Grades 1-2, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-12


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