In this workshop Louise will:

  • Identify the common sticking points for ‘at risk’ writers
  • Explore effective mini lessons to teach high impact skills for writing
  • Review the writing lesson to ensure it meets the learning needs of ‘at risk’ writers

 

Programme

Session 1: Introduction

  • Review the progression of writing levels and skills
  • Identify the common sticking points for ‘at risk’ writers
  • Reading/ writing connections

 

Session 2: Mini-lesson ideas to support ‘at risk’ writers to develop their writing skills

  • Phonics and spelling
  • Sentences
  • Vocabulary
  • Handwriting

 

Session 3: Reviewing the writing lesson

  • Lesson introduction
  • Independent writing
  • Reviewing writing

 

More information and a code to join this workshop will be emailed to attendees closer to the time.

 

“It was really good and very informative. So many ideas and has built my confidence to teach writing to my children. This is a great course” - quote from teacher.

 

Average rating for Supporting 'at risk' writers

4.8 / 5.0 from 216 reviews

Location: Online 8am-1pm AEST

Date: Fri, 12th August 2022

Time: 8:00 am - 1:00 pm

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