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Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
Writing to Learn is Learning to Think
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Writing to Learn is Learning to Think

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Using writing to learn activities in the content area classroom.

Using writing to learn activities in the content area classroom.

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  • Right side/left side journals from readings, lectures…
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    • 1. TED Talks~ Birth of a Word TED Talks~ The Linguistic Genius of Babies
    • 2. Writing to Learn Means Learning to Think TED 406 Teaching Secondary Reading Spring 2011
    • 3. Generally, writing-to-learn activities are short, impromptu or otherwise informal writing tasks that help students think through key concepts or ideas presented in a course.
    • 4.  
    • 5. Journals
    • 6. Learning Logs
    • 7. Annotation
    • 8. Analyze the Process
    • 9. Solve a real problem really well. Solve a problem. Really solve a problem. Solve a real problem well.
    • 10. Letter Writing
    • 11. What Counts As Fact?
    • 12. Analysis of Events Post Hoc <ul><li>what happened </li></ul><ul><li>why it happened </li></ul><ul><li>what it means </li></ul>
    • 13. Analysis of Events What If How might the outcome of an actual event differ if one crucial condition were changed?
    • 14. Analysis of Events What If How might the outcome of an actual event differ if one crucial condition were changed? What If…
    • 15. Analysis of Events What If How might the outcome of an actual event differ if one crucial condition were changed?
    • 16. Process Analysis Problem-solving Descriptions Literature review Project Notebook
    • 17. Others???
    • 18. Providing more than 180,000 teachers and 19 million students with compelling educational videos, current events lessons, games and contests.

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