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5. What deliberate acts of teaching are involved in sharing quality writing?

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin
  • Sharing quality writing usually involves:
    • modelling (thinking aloud, demonstrating)
    • asking questions
    • prompting
    • giving feedback
    • explaining
    • discussing
  • Let’s look at these instructional strategies in more detail. You’ll need to refer to the Model text: Letter on page 59 in Appendix A of Teaching Adults to Write to Communicate- Using the Adult Learning Progressions or click here to download a PDF of the letter.


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