By Joyce Armstrong Carroll Ed.D H.L.D., Edward E. Wilson
Provides an method of educating writing which sees writing as an natural, instead of mechanical, strategy. The e-book supplies an outline of the writing approach, and appears at pre-writing, developmental writing and the reading/writing connection. Theories are illustrated with real scholar writings.
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Page 2 Consider the ideological shifts that threatened (and continue to threaten) political institutions in Romania, Czechoslovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, the former East Germany, South Africa, and Russia. Consider the economic shifts that threatened (and continue to threaten) organizational institutions like the Big Three auto makers, the steel producers, and the three or four major food processors. Consider the educational shifts that threatened (and continue to threaten) academic institutions, such as scope and sequence of curriculum, restructuring, and even the concept of public education itself, for example, Chris Whittle's innovative for-profit private schools (Walsh 1).
Thinking Given the massive nature of expected changes coupled with the anticipation of unexpected ones, students must learn how to think logically and creatively. They must learn how to think about thinking. Further, students will need to develop strategies to become metacognitive learners: to know what they have learned and how they have learned it. They must be able to think through their own learning so they can repeat the process, thereby affording them an edge over those who have no notion of their own learning processes.
They were having fun, yet everything they did held meaning. Everything they did related to everything else they did. Because Sharon integrated reading and writing with listening, speaking, viewing, thinking, and skills, learning was at once cognitively appropriate and natural. The students reveled in Sharon Chamberlain's praise and encouragement, and they grew. But one day she was absent from school. When she returned, Heather Mitchell greeted her teacher with a story she had written (figs. 2).
Acts of teaching: how to teach writing : a text, a reader, a narrative by Joyce Armstrong Carroll Ed.D H.L.D., Edward E. Wilson