|Author:||Laura Nofsinger Raber,James A. Lindon|
|Title:||The Pen Is in My Hand...: Exciting and Practical Ideas for Teaching Writing|
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|ePUB size:||1790 kb|
|FB2 size:||1818 kb|
|DJVU size:||1502 kb|
|Category:||Writing Research and Publishing Guides|
|Publisher:||R & E Pub (September 1, 1993)|
Exciting And Practical Ideas For Teaching Writing. ISBN13: 9781568750484. The Pen Is in My Hand. Now What? : Exciting and Practical Ideas for Teaching Writing. by James A. Lindon and Laura Nofsinger Raber.
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Writing is one of the powerful modes of communication. It is a complex process that allows writers to explore thoughts and ideas, and make them visible and concrete. is written down, ideas can be examined, reconsidered, added to, rearranged, and changed. This process approach focuses on discourse-level activities rather than sentence-level ones. Tasks for process approach include story writing, cooperative writing, or peer correction of subsequent drafts.
"This book is about teaching writing and the gritty particulars of teaching adolescents. But it is also the planning, the thinking, the writing, the journey: all I've been putting into my teaching for the last two decades. This is the book I wanted when I was first given ninth graders and a list of novels to teach. This is a book of vision and hope and joy, but it is also a book of genre units and minilessons and actual conferences with students. ’ 6- About the Authors: Writing Workshop with Our Youngest Writers, by Katie Wood Ray (Author), Lisa B. Cleaveland (Author)
But teaching writing is not just about grammar, spelling, or the mechanics of the Roman alphabet. In practical terms, and as part of a general English course, this is not always possible. Nevertheless, it may be helpful to let students know beforehand if you are going to ask them to write a second draft.
Ideas For Teaching Writing. Parts of Speech Lesson Plans. Tips For Teaching Handwriting. 1. Work on hand-eye coordination with craft projects. 2. Work on skills one at a time. Letter Height, Spacing, Slants, and Line Alignment. Have the children design a cover; put the pages in sequence; bind the book together with metal or plastic rings, yarn, or other binding materials. It's great fun building a short story with students. After story building, students can create illustrations based on the short story. Daily Journal Writing" Sandy Scarborough: Teacher, Grade 2. "My kids write in their.
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The tasks and objectives of the work. Having based upon the actuality of the theme we are able to formulate the general goals of our qualification work. It can be used by teachers of schools, lyceums and colleges by teachers of English as a practical manual for teaching writing. 3. It can be useful for everyone who wants to enlarge his/her knowledge in English. The structure of the work.