How to encourage students to write more ... and to write well

by logonliteracy team September 25, 2019

How to encourage students to write more ... and to write well

If we want students to write more, we need to make writing part of each and every lesson. In this video, logonliteracy's Pat Hipwell explains how you can help encourage your students to write more... and to write well.

 

 

 

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