Writing Sense: Integrated Reading and Writing Lessons for by Juli Kendall

By Juli Kendall

Nice writing source not just for academics of ELL scholars, yet lecturers of any suffering writers. plenty of nice thoughts for college kids at varied language degrees and abilites. Covers a vast age diversity too.

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Writers • Writers observe their world and record what they believe is significant. • Writers make decisions about the most important ideas to include in the pieces they write. They make decisions about the best genre and structure to communicate their ideas. • Writers reveal their biases by emphasizing some elements over others. • Writers provide only essential detail to reveal the meaning and produce the effect desired. • Writers delete information irrelevant to their larger purpose. Mathematicians • Mathematicians look for patterns and relationships.

No reproduction without written permission from publisher. 25 26 Writing Sense “My Shoes” by Salvador I wear my shoes all the time But when it’s nighty night I want My slippery slippers. 4. Kids “read, post, talk about, and reread texts that students, including themselves, have written” Poetry partners share poems with each other and with other partnerships. Everyone reads and rereads the poems. Here are a few of our favorites. “Up! Up! Above the Sky” by Karol Up above the sky, low from earth I imagine what’s up the world so high The Stars are bright as the night.

Copyright (c) 2006. Stenhouse Publishers. All rights reserved. No reproduction without written permission from publisher. 49 50 Writing Sense How Do You Know Your Kids Are Getting It? And what do you do if they don’t get it? It all starts with getting kids to write. You won’t know whether they are getting it unless you are seeing it. Step 1 Once kids are writing, the process of initial assessment can begin. By looking at student work, it’s easy to see what students are already doing and what they need help with.

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