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The Art of Teaching Writing

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Anne Marie Juola Rushton

on 21 April 2010

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Transcript of The Art of Teaching Writing

Let us give you some perspetive.... scaffold students from where drawing is a predominant form of rehearsal. . .to where talking is a particularly effective tool [p. 88]. Here is something small... The tool?
Editing and Revising Checklists "we anticipate some of the continuums" [Chp. 7] By noticing-
Changes in children's writing is supported by, and then seperated from, their drawings.
Growth happens as children's spellings become more conventional.
Changes happen as the temporal dimensions of children's writing process expand, thus, children move toward rehearsal and revisions [p. 83].

Watch us as we. . . Checklists guide teacher inquiry into
Picture Writing
Verbal Informing
Letter Copying
Labeling [p. 85] Checklists guide student inquiry in
Labeling
Sound making
Sentence making [p. 89] Checklists guide student inquiry in
Sentence making
Information making "Communicating" [92] Preschool... Kindergarten First Grade The Art
of
Teaching
Writing An Example... So.... 30 Photo credits: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr
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