Interactive Writing Strategy

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  • shared writing experience in which the teacher and students collaborate to compose an entire text. Teachers assist students through scaffolding to create a well-written, error-free composition. This strategy can be incredibly powerful for all students, regardless of grade or English proficiency level, and can be used in whole-group, small group, or one-on-one instruction.
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  • 1. Interactive Writing:Developing Writing Skills Through Active Scaffolding
    Presentation by Brittny Schrimsher
  • 2. TESOL Standards Addressed
    Goal 2: To use English to achieve academically in all content areas
    Standard 1: Students will use English to interact in the classroom
    Standard 2: Student will use English to obtain, process, construct, and provide subject matter information in spoken and written form
    Standard 3: Students will use appropriate learning strategies to construct and apply academic knowledge
  • 3. What is it?
    Interactive writing
    shared writing
    teacher and students
    entire text
    scaffolding
    error-free composition
    all students
  • 4. Interactive Writing Process
    • Provide an experience on which to focus
  • Interactive Writing Process
    • Gather materials
    • 5. Chart paper
    • 6. Colored Markers
    • 7. Correction tape
    • 8. Visual Aids/Reminders
    • 9. Start the process (negotiate beginning sentence)
    • 10. Count the words
  • Interactive Writing Process
  • Personal Examples
    Student Sample #1
    Student Sample #2
    1st Grade Journal Entry
    !!!(DISCLAIMER: The views of the student participant do NOT necessarily represent my own.)!!!
  • 18. Interactive Writing:
    Helping Students Reach New Heights
    in Writing Through Active Scaffolding