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Writing Process Mini-Lesson

Students (and adults, too) are curious if authors use the writing process. We do--though each book or article process is unique. I've created a slideshow with audio which shares about my writing process for Whooo Knew? The Truth About Owls

Each slide in this document has an image and audio clip telling how Whooo Knew? The Truth about Owls (affiliate link) went from an idea in my head to a book you can hold. It focuses on the importance of revisions. 

Educators can encourage students to listen to this all at once or share it in segments as they introduce the writing process of informational texts.

This mini-lesson slideshow for the writing process includes
Though it can be used with all grades, it's likely most beneficial for grades 3 and up, especially for teachers who want to emphasize the importance of revisions. 

Check out the Mini-Lesson Writing Process on Google Slides!
Teachers, if you find this helpful, please share with others. You may want to check out my mini lesson for image resources and copyright, too. I share from my experience focusing on my books The Laura Ingalls Wilder Companion: A Chapter-by-Chapter Guide and Whooo Knew? The Truth About Owls
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