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Writing Skills: WWTM GAME


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Teaching Writing Skills. English as Foreign Language.

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Writing Skills: WWTM GAME

  1. 1. 1-Literacy a- Arrangement or plan. 2-Strategy b- Should allow self expression and content is what matters most. 3-Approach c- It is in general done to practice the language. 4- Controlled activity d- The theory, philosophy and principles underlying a particular set of teaching practices. 5-Layout e- The ability to read and write. 6-Free activity f- Procedures used in learning, thinking, etc., which serve as a way of reaching a goal.
  2. 2. Read and write in certain situations and for certain purposes, some of which are more prestegious than others. What kind of writing do I expect from my students?
  3. 3. A. Handwriting, grammar, spelling and punctuation. B. Handwriting, spelling, layout and punctuation.
  4. 4. Handwriting Layout Spelling Punctuation
  5. 5. • You can’t use body language, intonation and other things to convey the meaning. • Very little of what you write is concerned with the here and now. • Many children take a long time to master the skill of writing. • Writing in a FL is usually associated with the fact of correcting errors.
  6. 6. Process Approach Product Approach
  7. 7. A.Starting early, Using Whole language, Language Experience Approach. B.Creating a Literate Classroom Environment, Language Experience Approach, Dictated stories, Pattern Texts, Literacy Scaffolds, Entering the Text Activities.
  8. 8. A. Creative writing, guided writing, free writing. B. Controlled writing, guided writing, free writing.
  9. 9. Controlled Writing Activities Guided Written Activities Free Writing Activities These are being done to practise language and concentration of the language itself. These should allow for self-expression and creativity. Content is what matters most.
  10. 10. • Straight Copying • Matching • Organising and Copying • Dictation   • Fill-in Exercises • Letters/Cards/Invitations
  11. 11. Pre-Writing Process • Talking about the subject • Word Stars • Vocabulary Charts • Topic Vocabulary • Collages
  12. 12. • Concetrate first on content. • Spend a lot of time on pre-writing work. • Say positive comments about your students’ papers. • Encourage, but don’t insist on, re-writing. • Display the materials whenever possible. • Announce the subject out of the blue and expect pupils to be able to write about it. • Set an exercise as homework without any preparation. • Correct all the mistakes you can find. • Set work which is beyond the students’ language capability.
  13. 13. Motivator Resource Feedback Provider