33 Ways to Help with Writing: Supporting Children who by Raewyn Hickey

By Raewyn Hickey

33 how one can aid with Writing equips lecturers and instructing assistants with a variety of functional assets to aid teenagers who're having problems studying the elemental talents of writing. providing more than a few actions and video games to have interaction teenagers and inspire motivation within the school room, this crucial lecture room significant other offers ready-to-use fabric that doesn’t desire long ahead instruction. those sensible and enjoyable principles include a number of studying kinds, utilizing kinaesthetic and auditory concepts, which placed the emphasis on ‘games’ instead of ‘work’. The actions are in particular appropriate for educating assistants operating with contributors or small groups. 33 how one can support with Writing works step by step via useful actions which: retain youngsters encouraged and having fun with studying don't require vast wisdom or event from the grownup are adult-led so young children wouldn't have the chance to copy error are grouped into varied simple talents, so lecturers can select the task most fitted for the child’s wishes have transparent, concise and pedagogically sound purposes for the job comprise extension task the place applicable to problem students.

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________ frogs __________ frogs ________ _________ __________ frogs Don’t forget _________ frogs But if I could choose, The best of them all, I’d have _______ frogs. Activity ● Begin by asking the child to think of a frog. 39 An adjective poem ● Say, Think of some adjectives to describe what a frog looks like (colour, legs, feet, eyes). ● You may need pictures of different types of frogs for inspiration. ● Ask the child for adjectives that describe how a frog feels to touch. ● Make a list of the adjectives down one side of the paper.

Explain that the verbs are in the past tense – the action has already happened. g. tripped, splashed. Explain that the verb is in the past tense. Ask how the ending of the verb is changed to make the verb into an action that is happening. ● He . . (tripped becomes trips; splashed becomes splashes). Activity ● Return to the whiteboard and remind the child of the person they chose at the beginning. ● Ask the child to think of things that person could be doing. ● Write the verbs on the word cards, one word for each card, and arrange to form a list.

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