This simple writing schedule template is an organizational tool can solve a ton of teaching problems.
Do writing projects seem to drag on forever?
If you find yourself wondering how a writing assignment has gone off the rails?
The solution may be easier than you thought. Use a writing scheduler to plot out all the parts of a writing assignment.
This little writing scheduler template will help you direct student work by creating a clear path for learning. It’s a fillable document, so it’s easy to customize for every writing assignment. You’ll also get a filled in template example so you can visualize the steps you’ll need to complete writing tasks.
Get your students organized with:
- due dates
Use to organize your own:
- lesson plans
- mini lessons
- unit plans
This helps both you and your students stay on track when it comes to writing — super useful for planning your mini lessons. You’ll also have a resource that you can use for future writing projects. You’ll have a list of writing tasks and know how long it should take your students to work through the writing process.
Your students know what to do next (perfect for differentiation) and you’ll have your plan set up for you.
Take a look at this writing schedule template that will keep both you and your students laser focused on what to do next to get those projects finished.