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How can adolescent writers be guided to revisit their work, to identify the weaknesses in their writing drafts, and revise—making their pieces stronger and more effective? The Common Core State Standards advocate strengthening students' writing through revision—a skill different from either drafting or editing—and using technology for creating and collaborating with others.
This instructional guide, with its more than 30 flexible, classroom-tested strategies, demonstrates these practices and more:. Teachers will turn again and again to this easy-to-use resource, with its clear explanations of strategies correlated to the 6 Traits of Effective Writing, examples of "before-and-after" student work, and thoughtful quotes from published writers about their own writing and revision processes.
These authors and experienced teachers of writing have provided a handbook that can be used immediately to scaffold students' revision and help them become more fluent, confident, and independent writers. Please include your name, contact information, and the name of the title for which you would like more information.
Teaching Adolescent Writers
The authors make the hard work of writing well something all students can accomplish. You need this book! Its ready-to-use handbook structure is just what teachers need to take a fresh look at the teaching of writing. It will be welcomed by every educator who values writing as a lifelong skill.
Response to “Teaching Adolescent Writers” (Excerpt; 141-167) by Kelly Gallagher
Revision Strategies for Adolescent Writers offers a wide-ranging collection of instructional strategies teachers can use to help with this key element to improving student writing. The sound theories in this book give teachers strategies to help their students move from editing to true revision. When giving feedback, it is important not to hammer out every error but rather show them little ways to improve.
Another tip is to give feedback prior to the end of the writing process. Giving feedback at the early and middle stages will help students see where they are at and help them improve.
Lastly, involve the students in developing a rubric. It is important to make sure students understand the objectives and that they are written in an approachable way. They need to have a good understand of what the expectations are and how they will be assessed. This excerpt reminded me of what it was like to be a young writer, and will help me apply that to my future students when assessing their work.