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The Nova Scotia Writing Exemplars, Grades One to Eight website

A collaborative and ongoing project

of 

Nova Scotia Regional School Boards and the Nova Scotia Department of Education

Nova Scotia writing exemplars provide teachers, students and families with tangible evidence of the levels of student writing at grades one to eight. They reveal pathways for studentsí continued growth as writers. Teachers and families support individual studentsí writing development by valuing student writing, and providing the instructional supports of time and opportunity to write using a writing process and the integration of appropriate technology.

Acknowledgements

Nova Scotia Regional School Board Program Staff

Coordination of Writing Exemplars, Grades One to Eight Pilot

Provincial Writing Exemplars Teacher Workgroup

Nova Scotia Department of Education

Ontario Ministry of Education

The Nova Scotia Department of Education thanks the Ontario Ministry of Education, Ontario Queen's Printer for permission to use and to adapt for Nova Scotia use, Ontario Curriculum Exemplars, Grades One to Eight: Writing.

Image and Photographic Credits

We thank the following people who kindly provided permission to include photographic and graphic materials for use in the Writing Exemplars, Grades One to Eight website.
 
ccOne image from birdbook.jpg is included in the banner of our website. Permission was provided by Jeremy Heflin, Photographer, and Johanna Finnegan-Tipitzer, Bookmaker, Selkie Bindery, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
   

   

 Permission provided by Lynn Gallant, Publications Officer, NS Department of Education.

Classroom Photos

 Roger Lloyd,  Production Section, Learning Resources and Technology Services, NS Department of Education
   

All other photographic images,
courtesy of the ImagesProject.

 ImagesProject - http://imagesproject.ednet.ns.ca

(Available for use by NS teachers and students.)

 

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