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Differentiated Instructional Strategies for Writing in the Content Areas

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Internationally known consultants, educators, and authors Carolyn Chapman and Rita King discuss the importance of differentiated instructional strategies when teaching students to become creative self-directed writers. By creating an effective learning environment and understanding the student's interests and background, teachers can keep the child’s interest and help them brainstorm and write freely. Introduced are several organized lessons plans and writing activities that teachers can use to tap into students' writing potential. These include partner grouping activities, graphic organizers, pre-writing activities, and brainstorming activities.

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