Feedback That Moves Writers Forward

Author: Patty McGee
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1506387136
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Student writing is only as good as the feedback we give In this remarkable book, Patty McGee shares research-based how-to’s for responding to writers that you can use immediately whether you use a writing program or a workshop model.

ISBN: 9789740210566
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Writing Monograph Series Response Groups Providing Feedback To Writers

Author: Sally Hampton
ISBN: 9781889630816
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support for collaborative work and for sharing writing. By working with response
groups, talking and reading and listening and speaking — in other words,
developing language skills — students acquire the "cognitive abilities essential to
literacy" (Spear, 1988, p. 13). Interaction with others who read their writing
ensures that students get a sense of who their I Student authors need to receive
help that moves their writing forward. reader is and what they want because "it is
the exchange ...

Revision Cognitive And Instructional Processes

Author: Linda Allal
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400710488
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In a study on the effects of feedback, Couzijn (1995; Couzijn & Rijlaarsdam, 1996
; Couzijn & Rijlaarsdam, 2002) found that written comments had additional effects
on learning results for both the feedback giver as the feedback receiver. ... From a
learning psychology perspective, one might say that when writing a first version,
the writing student shows her ability or present developmental stage as a writer,
and when revising her text, she now purposefully moves forward in her zone of ...

Readers And Writers In Primary Grades

Author: Martha Combs
Publisher: Prentice Hall
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Children need our guidance as they move toward independence as readers and
writers. cognitive functions develop, the ZPD moves forward toward more
complex functioning. Such growth led Vygotsky (1962) to conclude that
instruction should lead ... As we mediate during instruction we should adjust the
support and assistance we provide to children based on our observations and on
children's feedback to us. Because independence in reading and writing is the
goal, we should ...

Studies In Discourse Literacy

Author: Laurie Lee Forsberg
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This reading, by which the writer interprets audience roles and concerns, is
indicated on the chart by a zone within the contextual field that encompasses the
writer, her attributes, and the array of audience concerns. The reading in this
zone moves forward into the community. A second zone, encompassing the
writer, the text, and the array of audience concerns, indicates the feedback of
audience concerns to the writer, and the text as product of the two interactions.
Data move toward ...

Writer S Workshop

Author: Bobbie A. Solley
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
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As a facilitator of the writing process, I must be aware of where each child is in the
process as well as alert to what is going on in the room at all times. I need to be
aware of how children are ... job is to help children progress in their writing. In
order to do that I must know where children are and how to help them move
forward. ... the next pair moves to a conference area. Conferences are a time for
students to make suggestions, offer feedback, and encourage and learn from one

Learning Through Storytelling In Higher Education

Author: Maxine Alterio
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135724091
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How effectively writers and story-tellers manage this endeavour is dependent on
many factors, one being the ability to translate knowledge, experience and
intuition into words and images that appeal to the intended audience. Ideally
each significant word, or cluster of words, serves two purposes: first, it contributes
to the meaning of what is being conveyed, and second, it moves the text or story
forward in ways that engage the audience. Providing adequate contextual
information is ...


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Pippa Little (Cramlington) Interesting for both writers and readers to be able to
engage in a dialogue - and useful to get feedback. I'm looking forward to the next
Orbis already. What I find interesting, well, curious, is that the poems which
inspire comment, and favourable at ... Seeing Hollywood has entered a fad for
making moves about women writers, her's would make a cracking story. Although
when you consider how dire those other films were, perhaps it'd be better if they
just left ...