The writing process is conventionally known to be composed of 5 stages : Prewriting, writing, revising, editing, and publishing. This site provides web tools to help your students in each writing stage.
The following blog post is part of a blog series called "Comments on the Common Core," written by Eye On Education's Senior Editor, Lauren Davis. When teaching reading, we can’t overlook visuals. We should show students how to read illustrations, photos, and charts, not just text. It’s easy for students to gloss over the bar graphs and pictures in an article and think of them as decoration. We need to show students how to understand those visuals and integrate the ideas presented with the ideas in the text. We can also have students read photographs and paintings and compare them to literary or informational texts on the same topic. Our world is filled with a rich variety of cultural, historical, and informational visuals, and we need to teach students how to understand (and hopefully appreciate) them.
Agnes Nieuwenhuizen gets straight to the point about the negative impact of study overkill when reading texts in school settings. She suggests promotion of the joy of reading is achieved simply by reading for the joy of it. Reflect on the art in the literature rather than focussing only on the themes.
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