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Tabitha DeLaCruz<br />TWu~READ5493<br />July 30, 2011<br />What aspects of literacy does interactive writing support?<br />
Reasons for interest in this topic:<br />Want to learn what research reveals about interactive writing<br />Reading Recove...
Research Question<br />What aspects of literacy does interactive writing support?<br />
Methodology<br />Primarily used TWU’s ERIC EbscoHost<br />Help from Mrs. Anita Owens<br />Found 1 source using Google<br /...
Themes<br />Research reveals that interactive writing supports:<br />Phonological awareness<br />Oral language development...
Phonological Awareness<br />The ability to hear different sounds within words and involves ways of breaking words apart (F...
Oral Language Development<br />IW lessons allot time for authentic, meaningful conversations<br />Book discussions<br />Mo...
Word Acquisition<br />Lessons provided opportunity for lessons on letter-sound correspondence, irregular spellings and sig...
Conclusion & Implications<br />Phonological awareness, oral language development, and word acquisition are heavily support...
References<br />Anderson, N. & Briggs, C. (2011).  Reciprocity between reading and writing: strategic           processing...
References<br />Lundstrom, R. P., & Williams, C. (2007). Strategy instruction during word study and interactive           ...
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  1. 1. Tabitha DeLaCruz<br />TWu~READ5493<br />July 30, 2011<br />What aspects of literacy does interactive writing support?<br />
  2. 2. Reasons for interest in this topic:<br />Want to learn what research reveals about interactive writing<br />Reading Recovery teacher<br />Classroom teacher<br />Believe in a Balanced Literacy framework<br />Shared reading and writing<br />Guided reading<br />Independent reading and writing<br />Writer’s workshop<br />Interactive writing<br />
  3. 3. Research Question<br />What aspects of literacy does interactive writing support?<br />
  4. 4. Methodology<br />Primarily used TWU’s ERIC EbscoHost<br />Help from Mrs. Anita Owens<br />Found 1 source using Google<br />Final source provided in previous course<br />Total of 10 research studies from 2001-2011.<br />
  5. 5. Themes<br />Research reveals that interactive writing supports:<br />Phonological awareness<br />Oral language development<br />Word acquisition<br />
  6. 6. Phonological Awareness<br />The ability to hear different sounds within words and involves ways of breaking words apart (Fountas and Pinnell, 1998)<br />With the use of IW, research has shown growth in PA<br />Specifically supports primary aged students w/ PA<br />Need well facilitated IW lessons that included time for discussion, forming meaningful message and composing<br />Perform the lessons often (4-5x’s per week)<br />Tests given at beginning and end of studies show growth<br />(Craig, 2006; Jones, et al., 2010; Jones, 2008; O’Connor, 2004; Roth, 2009)<br />
  7. 7. Oral Language Development<br />IW lessons allot time for authentic, meaningful conversations<br />Book discussions<br />Morning Messages<br />Authentic conversations within IW lessons create bridge between reading~talking~writing<br />IW lessons that provided time for authentic talk showed growth in composed messages<br />(Craig, 2006; Mariage, 2001; O’Connor, 2004)<br />
  8. 8. Word Acquisition<br />Lessons provided opportunity for lessons on letter-sound correspondence, irregular spellings and sight words.<br />Improvement in high-frequency word reading<br />Improvement in spelling within tests and independent writing. <br />4 studies showed growth in word acquisition when using IW<br />(Jones, Fargo, & Reutzel, 2010; Lundstrom & Williams, 2007; Roth, 2009; Williams, 2011)<br />
  9. 9. Conclusion & Implications<br />Phonological awareness, oral language development, and word acquisition are heavily supported by IW<br />Use IW to integrate own ideas into framework<br />Scaffold learning<br />Continue to expose students to various types of reading and writing.<br />Teacher must know students well to best facilitate<br />
  10. 10. References<br />Anderson, N. & Briggs, C. (2011). Reciprocity between reading and writing: strategic processing as common ground. The Reading Teacher, 64(7), 546-549.<br />Clemens, J., Patterson, E., & Schaller, M. ( 2008). A closer look at interactive writing. The <br /> Reading Teacher, 61(6), 496-497. <br />Craig, S. A. (2006). The effects of an adapted interactive writing intervention on kindergarten children's phonological awareness, spelling, and early reading development: A contextualized approach to instruction. Journal of Educational Psychology, 98(4), 714- 731. doi:10.1037/0022-0663.98.4.714<br />Fountas, I.C., & Pinnell, G. S. (1998). Word matters: Teaching phonics and spelling in<br /> the reading/writing classroom. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.<br />Griffith, R. R. (2010). Students learn to read like writers: A framework for teachers of writing. Reading Horizons, 50(1), 49-66. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=ehh&AN=50404474&site=ehost-live<br />Jones, C.D. (2008). The effects of interactive writing instruction on kindergarten students’ acquisition of early reading skills. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Utah State University: UT.<br />Jones, C., Fargo, J.D., & Reutzel, D. R. (2010). Comparing two methods of writing instruction: Effects on kindergarten students’ reading skills. Journal of Educational Research, 103(5), 327-341. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=51601598&site=ehost-live<br />
  11. 11. References<br />Lundstrom, R. P., & Williams, C. (2007). Strategy instruction during word study and interactive writing activities. Reading Teacher, 61(3), 204-212. doi:10.1598/RT.61.3.1<br />Mariage, T. V. (2001). Features of an interactive writing discourse; conversational involvement, conventional knowledge, and internalization in 'morning message.’ Journal of Learning Disabilities, 34(2), 172. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=4192422&site=ehost-live<br />O'Connor, B. K. (2004). The value of interactive writing as an intervention for the literacy acquisition of struggling first-grade students. In J. R. Dugan, P. E. Linder, M. B. Sampson, B. A. Brancato & L. Elish-Piper, Laurie (Eds.), Celebrating the power of literacy (pp. 155-181). Pittsburg, KS: College Reading Association.<br />Roth, K. (2009). 10 minutes a day: The impact of interactive writing instruction on first graders independent writing. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Harvard University: MA.<br />Roth, K. (2009). Writing instruction for diverse learners: The relationship between interactive writing instruction and six first graders’ independent writing. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Harvard University: MA.<br />Williams, C. (2011). Adapted interactive writing instruction with kindergarten children who are deaf or hard of hearing. American Annals of the Deaf, 156(1), 23-34. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=60375412&site=ehost-live<br />Wolbers, K. A. (2008). Using balanced and interactive writing instruction to improve the higher order and lower order writing skills of deaf students. Journal of Deaf Studies & Deaf Education, 13(2), 257-277. doi:10.1093/deafed/enm052<br />
  12. 12. Thank you!<br />Questions/Comments<br />
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