Lessons from a Child On the Teaching and Learning of Writing
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Description: A story of one child's growth in writing, Lessons from a Childexplains how teachers can work with children, helping them to teach themselves and each other. Matters of classroom management, methods for helping children to use the peer conference, and ways mini-lessons can extend children's understanding of good writing are all covered here. Most important, the sequences of writing development and growth are thoroughly discussed.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Copyright year: 1983
Publication date: 7/11/1983
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
|A writing workshop begins|
|A research project, a classroom, a child Re-Vision|
|A partnership forms Topics which tap the energy to write|
|The structure of a writing workshop|
|6. Editing: last but not least|
|The teacher's role|
|One child's growth in writing First lessons Revision?|
|From writer to reader: Susie develops an executive function Sequences in Susie's writing development|
|The life-story of one text Between the lines: Susie's process becomes internalized Longer stories and bigger revisions|
|The writing classroom: a context for growth When teachers collaborate: new ideas|
|Twenty six teachers in this classroom|
|Peer conferences thread through the writing process|
|Teaching children to teach each ohter|
|Teaching by example When children conference with themselves|
|Concept development Reading-writing connections|
|Reading, writing and a glacier report Lessons from children|