Quality Not Quantity: Early Writing
The aim of the K-12 English language arts curricula is to “help students understand and appreciate language and to use it confidently and competently in a variety of situations” (Saskatchewan Ministry of Education). The process of teaching students how to write in the early years means providing sufficient scaffolding and frequent opportunities for writing to support student success that includes as much of a focus on making meaning and fun as on correctness.
- Identify how to use before, during and after strategies as scaffolds in supporting the writing process.
- Examine the curriculum as a scope and sequence for moving from letters and sounds to sentences and paragraphs while using cue and conventions.
- Develop strategies for student use of self-assessment and goal setting.
- Identify the criteria for good writing at the early elementary level.
Audience: Kindergarten-Grade 2 educators
650 Coteau Street West
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
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