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Week 14, Lecture 1 - Writing

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Megan Brown

on 11 April 2017

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Transcript of Week 14, Lecture 1 - Writing

How can we incorporate writing into our classroom in creative ways?
Fundamentals of Writing
What are the basic skills that students need to know in order to be able to write?
What are the steps to writing?
First Draft
Second Draft
Repeat until complete
Final Draft
Writing Workshop
Instruction Time
Shared writing
Work on procedures
Literary concepts
Writing skills & strategies
Student Writing Time
Time to share
Practice Writing Workshop Activity
Take some time to write in your Bird by Bird Journal
Creativity on paper
Types of Writing
Free Write
Compare and Contrast
Purposes for Writing
Next Class:
Finish Poetry Module
Work on Case Study Paper
Paper, 3 running record forms, chart
Hand in any back work for 1/2 credit
Bring Locomotion to class (no reading due)
Are students writing well?
Using rubrics to assess writing ability
Peer review
Feedback throughout the process
"In an effort to make learning easier, educators often teach reading and writing separate, sequential processes, with reading coming first. This denies children the opportunity to construct shared, powerful strategic operations"
(Anderson & Briggs, 2011, p. 546).
"The cognitive processes used in reading are identical to those involved in writing (DeFord, 1994).

As children read, they search, monitor, and self-correct for and with meaning (semantics), structure (syntax), and graphophonic information (sound-letter-word patterns). As they write, children create social and imaginary worlds (Dyson, 1997), drawing on meanings in their lives (semantics).

They use their oral language and knowledge of how writing in books and other texts sounds (syntax) to group words together and represent their meanings. They search for ways to express themselves using their knowledge of conventions of print and graphophonic information"
(Anderson & Briggs, 2011, p. 547).
Rest of the Semester
Poetry Module due April 13
Case Study due April 13
Slide under Professor Brown's office door (Rams 229C)
Hand in class
Writer's Journal due April 18
All pieces completed
Class Feedback due April 20
Info about this is online under the assignments
Intro and questions
Preview upcoming work
Book promo
Writing and Reading
Writing Presentation
Incorporate Writing in the classroom
Fundamentals of Writing
Writing workshop practice activity
Preview Next Class
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