How to Teach Collaborative Writing


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Determine which is the BEST technique for a teacher to employ when first introducing the concept of collaborative writing to a class.

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1. Conclude which is the LEAST desirable reason why an educator would wish to teach collaborative writing skills.

2. Solve which of the following is MOST similar to the concept of a student penning a new ending to a story.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Quickly determine your level of knowledge regarding teaching methods for collaborative writing with this quiz and worksheet assessment tool. You will be tested on your ability to recognize effective teaching techniques, reasons why collaborative writing is used and what methods appeal to certain kinds of students.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

When taking this quiz, you must be able to do the following:

  • Choose the most effective teaching technique to use when introducing collaborative writing
  • Select the least desirable reason why an educator would choose to teach collaborative writing
  • Recognize which method would have students write a new ending to a story
  • Understand which collaborative writing method would most appeal to left-brained students
  • Identify task roles for collaborative writing students

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the lesson, such as teaching techniques used to introduce students to collaborative writing
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read and correctly interpret information regarding a method of collaborative writing that would appeal to students who prefer math to more creative projects
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding collaborative writing task roles

Additional Learning

You can review more details about this topic by referring to the lesson titled How to Teach Collaborative Writing. By going over this lesson, you will learn:

  • Other terms used to refer to collaborative writing
  • What size group works best for collaborative writing
  • Which tools are best for collaborative writing exercises
  • The difference between task roles and maintenance roles
  • Ways to evaluate a collaborative writing assignment
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