Teaching Strategies for English Language Arts
||Use these strategies to develop students' English language arts and literacy skills. Learn about each reading and writing concept through informative articles, and use our lesson plans to help you implement the strategies. These are great professional development resources for ELA and are an excellent resource to ensure that you are improving your professional skill set.
- Writing Aloud
Writing aloud, or modeled writing, is a strategy wherein teachers use a "think aloud" strategy to share their thinking as they compose a piece of writing in front of students, helping make the writing process visible and concrete
- Shared Writing
In shared writing, the teacher and students compose text together, with both contributing their thoughts and ideas to the process, while the teacher acts as scribe, writing the text as it is composed.
- Peer Response and Editing
Peer response and editing are processes through which students respond to and provide feedback on their peers' writing. They are not meant to take the place of teacher evaluation, but when incorporated into the writing process, they can be useful learning tools for both the writer and the student providing feedback.
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