Write Ways: Modelling Writing Forms
This resource for Junior and Middle School teachers explains how to teach the writing of different genres. Emphasis is placed on factual writing, but chapters on traditional and modern fiction are also featured. The text provides suggestions for classroom activities, checklists, sample units of work and planning strategies, assessment and evaluation. Although originally published in Australia, the text is totally in line with the National Curriculum and Scottish Curriculum, and refers to many authors used in UK schools.
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advertisements animal Ashton Scholastic Ask the children available in big big book format Billabong Books to further Bookshelf Brian Wildsmith Character Profiles chart children write children's literature classroom cloze co-operative groups content areas Demonstration book descriptions Discuss Dr Seuss example explanation fables factory farming factual text factual writing fairy-tales fiction Five Trees focus Focus—The folk-tales forms of writing Further activities groups help the children ideas for modelling instructions Jointly construct language activities language lesson language programme Macmillan Martin Educational Mem Fox modelling sessions modern fantasy narrative information text need to know organisation Oxford University Press particular evaluation needs persuasive writing predict procedural texts Puffin purpose questions reading activities recipe recount Red Riding Hood sample unit includes science fiction sequence Session Five Southern Cross Series story map structure suggested summary summary of aspects teacher Terry Denton topic unit includes ideas unit This sample whole class