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Copy of Template: Reveal a new perspective

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Sherry Cragen

on 30 April 2010

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Transcript of Copy of Template: Reveal a new perspective

Let's talk about elements of successful programs.... Writers Workshop for At-Risk Writers Students with LD:

fail to plan and organize their writing
make considerably more spelling, capitalization, and punctuation mistakes
write less
may use a more restrictive vocabulary
know less about the features of good writing
1. Knowledge
2. Lower level skills
3. Higher order strategic processes
4. Motivation Dysgraphia we started from here Differences between typical writers and at-risk writers:

Direct instruction
Connecting reading and writing
Instructional strategies to take home Research says.. Connecting the Pieces The Last Pieces of the Puzzle Four common areas of difficulty: So.... 4 Photo credits: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr Struggling writers need 24 repetitions spelling words in context
to move to mastery. Virginia Berninger Struggling writers need more than engagement in writing.
They need instruction--teacher modeling, structures, then graphic organizers.
Virginia Berninger For kids who have difficulty writing letters legibly and automatically, provide daily handwriting instruction and practice in a systematic handwriting program. Struggling writers need explicit instruction, not just accommodations. Accommodations

Modifications Supplemental Aids
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