Write on: A Conference Approach to Writing

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Pearson Education Canada, 1988 - Education - 92 pages
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This companion volume to the author's Read On covers a number of very practical matters of concern to teachers, and is likely the very first handbook that provides a step-by-step program for implementing a conference-based writing program. The experienced writing teacher will find the book useful, but it should be especially valuable to teachers who want to bring writing into their classes but would appreciate some straightforward suggestions on how to proceed.

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Contents

The Role of the Teacher
30
Recordkeeping and Evaluation
37
Spelling in the Writing Classroom
57
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

DAVID HORNSBY was with the Ministry of Education (Victoria, Australia) for many years and taught at every year level. He lectured in education at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and La Trobe University. For four years he was a curriculum consultant in primary and secondary schools and then returned to the primary classroom. He is now working in teacher education, in educational publishing, and as a curriculum consultant in schools. David is invited to present at conferences worldwide. He has completed ten lecture tours of the United States, and has also worked with teachers in England, Ireland, Indonesia, and Singapore. His latest book, A Closer Look at Guided Reading (Eleanor Curtain), has just won the award for being the best book in the Primary Teacher Reference category of the "Australia Awards for Excellence in Educational Publishing."JO-ANN PARRY is an experienced teacher who also works in the Northern Metropolitan Region of Victoria as a language consultant.

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