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by Judith Graham,Alison Kelly

ePub Writing Under Control download
Author:
Judith Graham,Alison Kelly
ISBN13:
978-1843120179
ISBN:
1843120178
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Publisher:
Routledge; 2 edition (June 20, 2003)
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Subcategory:
Schools & Teaching
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and 'those who write at length but with nocomittment'. Altogether this has been the most informative andstraighforward books for use on my course and I would also recommend 'Reading under Control'.

and 'those who write at length but with nocomittment'.

Writing Under Control book.

Alison Kelly is Subject Leader for English Education (primary) at Roehampton University, teaching on undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1.

Alison Kelly, Judith Graham. Place of Publication. Judith Graham recently retired as a Principal Lecturer from Roehampton University. Alison Kelly is Senior Lecturer in the Department of English Education at Roehampton University. Country of Publication. Education & Teaching.

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Judith Graham recently retired as a Principal Lecturer from Roehampton University.

Writing Under Control : Teaching Writing in the Primary School . From copying to creation - the teaching of writing before the 1980s, Pat Pinsent; from process to genre - recent developments in the teaching of writing, Rebecca Bunting; routines and resources, Anne Washtell; composition, Fiona M. Collins; transcription - spelling, punctuation and handwriting, Alison Kelly; monitoring and assessing writing, Liz Laycock; meeting individual needs, Judith Graham.

Writing is a rich and complex area; it "belongs" to the English National Curriculum but its importance across all curriculum areas is generally acknowledged and is further encouraged by the National Literacy Strategy. To many students and newly qualified teachers the subject may seem daunting and so the intention of this revised and updated second edition is to render the teaching of writing more manageable - to place I under their control. This is a companion volume to "Reading Under Control" and, like it, provides comprehensive coverage of the topic. In an accessible style and with examples from the classroom the authors look at the history of writing in schools and recent theoretical developments. They also look at the practicalities of, planning classroom routines, resources, monitoring and assessment (including target setting) and meeting individual needs.

The book is particularly suitable for undergraduate and postgraduate teacher training courses and for in-service training.