While teaching students to write paragraphs using a formula can be a good place to start and will assist writers, especially those who struggle, take care as formulaic writing can severely inhibit the development of personal style and voice.
All students need to be given more opportunities to write and to write more. There are three steps primary school students can take to make it easier to turn their thoughts into words.
To celebrate the launch of Patricia Hipwell's new book, logonliteracy is giving you the chance to win a copy of Hooking Students into Learning … in all curriculum areas. We're giving away three copies of this comprehensive collection of strategies and activities, each valued at $149.99.
Hooking Students into Learning … in all curriculum areas, Patricia Hipwell’s latest book, will be released in October. In this Q&A, Pat tells us why she wrote the new book.
After many years of development, Patricia Hipwell’s new book Hooking Students into Learning … in all curriculum areas has hit the printing press. The book, which is nearly 500 pages long, is a collection of strategies for teachers to start lessons with students engaged in meaningful learning activities.