Differentiated instruction for second language learners, students of varying reading skill, and for younger learners Use dictation as a way to help capture students thoughts and ideas Provide budding writers with experiences that give them something to write about.
Good descriptive writing includes many vivid sensory details that paint a picture and appeals to all of the reader's senses of sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste when appropriate.
By: Shoba Rao I found that this works really well the more imaginative the teacher gets. Tell the class that they are going to learn how to write descriptive essays using all their senses. I then give them 30 minutes to come up with the first draft paragraph.
Writing can assist math instruction by helping children make sense of mathematics and by helping teachers understand what children are learning. Various situations are introduced in straightforward sentences followed by questions that are answered by counting.
Include lessons such as the ones listed below throughout the year. Their job is to write down as much as they can on their sense at the canteen. The teacher would also need a blindfold.