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  1. 1. Brooke Robertson Literacy Ed 2 EDP230
  2. 2. Principles of writing… Principle 1: Effective teachers understand how students learn… Principle 2: Effective teachers support student use of the cueing system… Principle 3: Effective teachers create a community of learners… Principle 4: Effective teachers adopt a balanced approach to instruction...
  3. 3. Principle 5: Effective teachers scaffold student reading, writing, viewing, speaking and listening… Principle 6: Effective teachers organise for language, literature and literacy instruction… Principle 7: Effective teachers link instruction and assessment…
  4. 4. 5ive stage process of writing…  Pre writing  Drafting  Revising  Editing  Publishing
  5. 5. Assessment & Evaluation… Running records, examination of students work, conferences rubrics, pro forms, checklists and rating scales 1. Determine student writing levels 2. Monitor student progress 3. Diagnose strengths and weaknesses and; 4. Document student learning • Do students think of writing topics easily or do they have trouble thinking of something to write? Do students write quickly enough to complete the assignment, or do they write slowly or try to avoid writing? ♥ Do students spell most words automatically, or do they stop to figure out the spelling of many words? ⱷ Do students write easily, or do they complain that their hands hurt?
  6. 6. How to creatively teach writing… ∞ Reading and Writing stories ∞ Story cards ∞ Shared reading tasks ♥ Introduce writing groups Create a community of learners ♥ Word walls ♥ Literacy centres ♥ Posting signs in the classroom ♥ Making a list of classroom rules  Using reading and writing materials in literacy play centres  Exchanging messages with classmates  Labelling classroom items  Drawing and writing in journals  Writing notes to parents  Exploring print within the environment -signs, advertisements
  7. 7. References (ACARA) Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority. (2014). Retrieved from: Bull, G. & Anstey., M. (2005). The literacy landscape. Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: Pearson. Killen, R. (2005). Programming and assessment for quality teaching and learning. South Melbourne: Thompson. McMillan, J.H. (2011). Classroom assessment: principles and practice for effective standards-based instruction (5th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson. Scherer, M. (2009). The tests that won't go away. Educational Leadership, 67(3), 5. Retrieved from Tompkins, G., Campbell, R., & Green, D. (2012). Literacy for the 21st century: A balanced approach. Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Australia. Tompkins, G., Campbell, R., & Green, D. (2012a). Assessment [Video file]. Retrieved from php?projectID=foundations&clipID=INFO_012_305.flv Tompkins, G., Campbell, R., & Green, D. (2012b). Linking sound and sight words [Video file]. Retrieved from cati onlab/videos/link_sound_sight_words.html
  8. 8. References Google. (2014). How to sketch a rose [image]. Retrieved from a-rose-step-14.htm Google. (2014). I love my library [image]. Retrieved from Library.aspx Google. (2014). Apple [image]. Retrieved from retro-apple-sticker.html Google. (2014). You are beautiful sticky note [image]. Retrieved from leave-sticky-note.html Google. (2014). Marvellous effort stamp [image]. Retrieved from Teachers-Reward/dp/B005D4EGJO Google. (2014). Horse sketch [image]. Retrieved from Google. (2014). Fluffy head pencil [image]. Retrieved from html
  9. 9. Brooke Robertson 16217197 Curtin University 2014