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Copy of Copy of Proficiency in the Sentence Writing Strategy
Transcript of Copy of Copy of Proficiency in the Sentence Writing Strategy
was created to enable students to develop the ability to write four different types of sentences: simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex.
The goal is to give them effective writing abilities to respond well to the writing demands of a secondary and post secondary setting. What are learning strategies??
A learning strategy is an individual’s “approach to a learning task” (p. 1).
It gives students:
-the tools to effectively learn and navigate and use what they have learned.
-to generalize across subject area and setting to cope with curricular demands. PROFICIENCY IN SENTENCE WRITING
1. Pretest and Make Committments
4. Verbal Practice
5. Controlled Practice and Feedback
6. Advanced/Posttest and Feedback
7.Make Committments for Generalization
8. Generalization Committment + Generalization
Maintenance of Strategy Simple sentence Compound Sentences Complex Sentences Compound-Complex Sentences Pretest for all Sentence Types Instructional Sequence for Sentence Writing Strategy Eight Instructional Stages The sentence writing strategy is most effective when used with small groups of students. Pretest Samples Is short
Consistes of incomplete sentences
Contains only one sentence type
Has unclear ideas
Makes a bad impression
Is uninteresting Practice Sample is much longer with more words and sentences
Consists of complete sentences
Contains a variety of sentence types
Expresses ideas that are clear and easy to understand
Makes a good impression
Is very interesting to read Stage 1: Pretest and Make Commitments Stage 2: Describe Sell the strategy Stage 3: Model Stage 4: Verbal practice Define and name strategy steps automatically Stage 5: Controlled
Practice and Feedback "A teacher will make no
more than three statements
without having a student
make a response." (p.7) Stage 6:
Advanced Practice/Posttest and Feedback
PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE!! Stage 7: Make committments for generalization Stage 8:
Generalization Feedback is important
3. Individual Students are taught learning strategies to give them:
the tools to effectively learn and navigate and use what they have learned.
to generalize across subject area and setting to cope with curricular demands. Why teach learning strategies? What is the Sentence Writing Strategy?? What does the Teacher Manuel Include?? 1. Instructional Methods
2. Evaluation Guidelines
3. Instructional Materials
4. Enrichment activities SHOULD YOU USE IT??