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Writing ESOL Practice Praxis
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a form of assessment that focus on several aspects of a students performance, normally guided by a rubric that includes separate analytic scales. For example, a rubric to assess student writing may contain separate analytic scales for composing style, sentence formation, usage, and mechanics
student writing that features evidence groups in texts the students have read.
A form of literacy instruction designed to address an area of need within students' writing development. Typically, guided writing lessons start with a mini-lesson on some aspect of writing; students practice the writing principle or strategy they were just taught, under the teacher's supervision, and then share their final written projects.
summarizing a student's performance on an assessment with a single score.
writing students are able to do on their own with little or no support
Children and teachers create a message and share the pen as they write the message
a strategy young children with good phonological awareness skills use when they write
notebooks in which students write regularly to practice and develop their writing skills
writing instruction in which the teacher constructs a text in enlarged print, demonstrating a variety of writing strategies and techniques students are expected to learn and use in their own writing
A tool to help students collect and review words.
An approach to writing where learners are encouraged to brainstorm, plan, draft, re-draft, review, and "publish" their written work.
thematic word chart
A list of key vocabulary related to a theme currently under study.
where students draw on all their linguistic resources as they produce written texts in English or a combination of two languages.
Display of commonly used words that students are expected to read with automatically
a teaching technique that makes the writing process a meaningful part of the classroom curriculum. Students are introduced to the process of writing in the early elementary grades and write daily through varied activities.
The main components of the Writer's Workshop include a Mini-lesson, Status of the class, Writing & Conferencing, and Sharing & Author's Chair.
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