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Strategies for Teaching Writing & Providing Feedback - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, you'll review a short series of lessons that cover useful teaching strategies that are geared toward developing writing skills and providing useful feedback to students. As you work through the lessons, you'll see how these strategies can be applied in the classroom, and when you're finished with the chapter, you should be able to:
- Recognize effective instructional strategies for writing and reading fluency
- Increase student writing proficiency through multiple strategies
- Use the modeled writing strategy
- Give written feedback to students
At the end of each lesson, you'll be invited to take a short quiz that covers the information you reviewed. Take the chapter exam to solidify your knowledge, and feel free to reach out to our expert instructors if you have any questions along the way. The chapter is also accessible online at any time that fits your schedule.
1. Teaching Strategies for Reading & Writing Fluency
This lesson discusses teaching strategies to improve students' reading and writing fluency, including retelling, content clues, step-by-step learning, comparing good and bad writing, and peer editing.
2. Strategies for Increasing Student Writing Proficiency
Writing is an important skill for all students to develop. This lesson will detail several strategies, examples, and activities you can use to increase student writing proficiency and build on their skills.
3. Modeled Writing: Definition, Strategy & Examples
To learn, we all need a reference point to help us get to our objective. What better way than with a visual? In this lesson, we will learn about the strategy of modeled writing and look at examples of how we can use modeled writing in our own classrooms.
4. Giving Written Feedback to Students: Examples & Overview
This lesson will illustrate the importance of providing students written feedback and explain how to do this in the way that most impacts student achievement.
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