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RDG 3320

Teaching Writing

Purpose of Writing 1 of 3 How to write
Purpose of Writing 2 of 3 Learn about written language
Purpose of Writing 3 of 3 Learn through writing
Stage 1 of 5 Writing Process Pre-Writing
Stage 2 of 5 Writing Process Drafting
Stage 3 of 5 Writing Process Revision
Stage 4 of 5 Writing Process Editing
Stage 5 of 5 Writing Process Publishing
Writing Genre 1 of 6 Poetry
Writing Genre 2 of 6 Narrative
Writing Genre 3 of 6 Expository
Writing Genre 4 of 6 Descriptive
Writing Genre 5 of 6 Journals/Letters
Writing Genre 6 of 6 Persuasive
Poetry (q) Concise form that invoke emotional responses
Narrative (q) Retelling of familiar stories. Definite beginning middle end.
Expository (q) Objective writing. Students collect and synthesize information.
Descriptive (q) Writing that describes.
Journals/Letters (q) Personal. Sometimes informal. Business.
Persuasive (q) Change point of view.
Modeled Writing Use think aloud to demonstrate strategy. Teacher does.
Shared Writing Sharing of ideas. Teacher as scribe.
Guided Writing Teacher to help support. Students do writing.
Independent Writing Students assume responsibility for work.
Interactive Writing Work together as class to write text. Component of interactive writing.
Components of Writing Workshop 1 of 4 Independent Reading
Components of Writing Workshop 2 of 4 Mini Lesson
Components of Writing Workshop 3 of 4 Shared Reading
Components of Writing Workshop 4 of 4 Read Aloud
Created by: vcgodfrey