Writing Power: Teaching Writing Strategies that Engage Thinking

“Writing Power shows teachers how to encourage students to consider the reader’s thinking as they write. The book is organized around five thinking strategies — Connect, Question, Visualize, Infer, and Transform. Lessons based on these strategies illustrate how students can engage and invite their readers’ thinking through their writing. Based on the fundamentals of the Writing Process and Six Traits models, this book offers a wide range of effective writing techniques with suggested “anchor books” for each lesson. Complete with scripted, sequential lessons, recommended anchor books, blackline masters and assessment rubrics.”

- Livres Canada Books

Publisher: Pembroke Publishers
Author: Adrienne Gear
Year: 2011
Language: English
Category: Education & Teaching
ISBN: 978-1-55138-263-0

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