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Page 6 - Pupils should be helped to understand the value of writing as a means of remembering, communicating, organising and developing ideas and information, and as a source of enjoyment.
Page 6 - Pupils should be given opportunities to write in response to a variety of stimuli, including stories, poems, classroom activities and personal experience.
Page 6 - Shared writing refers to the times when a group of children compose a text collaboratively, with the teacher acting as the scribe for the group. It is a way for teachers to 'help pupils to compose at greater length by writing for them, demonstrating the ways that ideas may be recorded in print' (DfE, 1995, p. 9). When children are familiar with the format they may take over some of the scribing but initially it is more helpful if an adult does this. This is an excellent way of teaching children about...
Page 6 - ... help pupils to compose at greater length by writing for them, demonstrating the ways that ideas may be recorded in print. To encourage confidence and independence, pupils should be given opportunities to collaborate, to read their work aloud and to discuss the quality of what is written. Pupils should be helped to make choices about vocabulary and to organise imaginative and factual writing in different ways, eg a cumulative pattern in a poem.