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Writing Thinking Tasks from Thinking Writing

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Jane Blackwell

on 29 May 2013

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Transcript of Writing Thinking Tasks from Thinking Writing

Writing thinking tasks Discussion 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Are there any points of similarity between what you wrote about your teaching, and what you wrote about the session that you attended? Free-writing:
(don't stop writing;
not for an audience)

Write about something which you feel is important in your teaching practice but that you don't fully understand. 1 minute writing task Choose a session from those you have already attended this morning, and summarise the key ideas. Incorporating short writing tasks into teaching
(with thanks to Thinking Writing)
Jane Blackwell, Academic Writing Centre
j.blackwell@ioe.ac.uk 3 minute writing task

Have you found the session interesting/useful? (or not)

How might you use or adapt some of these ideas in your own classes? stop and write Longer tasks
e.g. a letter
(in class or between classes) Freewriting Do you use a form of these tasks in your current teaching?

What variations do you use?

Could you incorporate it more into your teaching? (Why/Why not) Tell someone first (whoever you are sitting next to) Extension...
1. Underline one word or phrase from what you have written.
2. Write again for a minute about what this word/phrase means to you.
3. Next, produce a statement to tell a neighbour about this topic. Discussion
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