Why background knowledge is critical for good writing

by logonliteracy team September 18, 2019

Why background knowledge is critical for good writing

If a student doesn't know anything about a topic, they can't write about it. In this video, logonliteracy's Pat Hipwell explains how to determine your students' background knowledge and how to quickly cover the information they need to be able to write.

 

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