Writing Classroom, The: Aspects of Writing and the Primary Child 3-11

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This book brings together a collection of essays on the teaching of writing. It is a companion to Prue Goodwin’s The Literate Classroom and The Articulate Classroom and aims to:

  • augment our existing knowledge about the teaching and learning of writing
  • stimulate thought and provoke discussion about writing
  • offer a blend of theory and ...
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Overview

This book brings together a collection of essays on the teaching of writing. It is a companion to Prue Goodwin’s The Literate Classroom and The Articulate Classroom and aims to:

  • augment our existing knowledge about the teaching and learning of writing
  • stimulate thought and provoke discussion about writing
  • offer a blend of theory and practice
  • give ‘food for thought’ and ideas for teaching writing to primary age children.

The topic of writing is one which is under the spotlight with increasing regularity as politicians and policy makers move on from reading as an ‘issue’. This has already happened in England where the National Literacy Strategy is urging more emphasis on the teaching of writing to remedy weaknesses in this area.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781853467219
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 3/1/2001
  • Pages: 193
  • Product dimensions: 0.75 (w) x 0.97 (h) x 2.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Foreword
Notes on contributors
Some children write ...
Introduction: learning and teaching the complexities of writing
Pt. I Supporting the Young Writer
1 'That's how I used to write my name when I was little': under-fives exploring writing 1
2 Using nursery rhymes, jingles, songs and poems as a way into writing 8
3 Do you hear what I hear? Helping children read, write and spell using letter-onset/rime analogy 19
4 A place to start from: encouraging bilingual children's writing 28
Pt. II Different Ways into Fiction and Poetry
5 Responding to poetry through writing 36
6 Writing as a response to literature 46
7 From reading to writing: using picture books as models 66
8 The magic of writing with IT 79
9 Aspects of gender: how boys' and girls' experiences of reading shape their writing 89
Pt. III Non-Fiction Issues
10 Developing non-fiction writing: beyond writing frames 108
11 Notemaking techniques for young children 116
12 Using graphic organisers to write information texts 127
Pt. IV Getting Ready for Publication
13 Developing understanding of punctuation with young writers and readers 143
14 Teaching spelling through writing: five avenues 154
15 Raising awareness of grammar through shared writing 161
Index 170
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