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Engaging Falling Writers

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Many elementary students come to us with some ideas and some skills for writing, but they just cannot seem to engage in the process of writing. Some do not know where to start while others lack skills and strategies that could move them beyond traditional, "I like" stories. Others have ideas, but they are often fragmented, scattered, and disorganized. Still others just cannot think of anything to write. In this webinar, join Dr. Connie Hebert as she offers tome tips and tools that you can add to your teaching toolbox that will engage and encourage your students as they write. If you are an elementary teacher, reading specialist, literacy coach, or SPED teacher, this webinar has tips and strategies to help your students.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Thursday, November 15, 2012 @ 3:30 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Addressing Learning Loss, Learning Theories & Strategies, Reading & Writing, Response to Intervention (RTI), Special Education
Tags: literacy, Response to Intervention, RTI, Writing, writing skills

Reviews (59)

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Wonderful tips!
Many peole forget talking about writing and holding a pencil correctly are really very, very important. I am glad they were mentioned.
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Lots of good ideas!
Lots of great info!
Very informative. Thank you. I had to giggle at the avoidance behavior part...who can write with only one eye? :) I have kiddos that have pulled similar stunts. I am taking away to make sure to have conversations before writing. I think they own the writing more, and are more willing to work when it's their idea!
It was very informative.
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Great tips for getting reluctant writers writing.
Some great ideas to help teachers help students with their writing.
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