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12. Review: teaching learners to apply writing skills to different tasks

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin

Points to remember

  1. Get learners to create a text on a subject where they are motivated to say something.
  2. Make them aware of the process they have used to write this text.
  3. Use this process to create another text for an authentic purpose.
  4. Get them talking about their texts (perhaps using criteria you’ve developed together).
  5. Use these texts to teach specific components –such as sentences, vocab choices, paragraphing, punctuation and spelling.
  6. Reflect on what they have learnt.
  7. Apply this learning to create another text for a different task.


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