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22TRA002 Explicitly Teaching Writing with Stephen Graham - Response Text Type POSTPONED

22TRA002 Explicitly Teaching Writing with Stephen Graham - Response Text Type POSTPONED






In this series of Webinars we will examine how to explicitly and systematically teach children to write. We will look at the major text types that are constantly used in the curriculum.  Teachers will be shown how to break down the teaching of writing into small and manageable chunks and then link this directly to the development of oral language. We will develop a metalanguage for the teaching of writing that can then be carried across to a whole school approach and be represented in a scope and sequence of writing. We will look at the assessment of writing using a success criteria that will show teachers how to build their teaching/learning program in writing.

Bio - Stephen Graham 

Stephen Graham

Stephen Graham is a Professional Development Literacy Consultant working with Cengage Learning in Australia.

Having completed a master’s degree in Children’s Literacy, Reading Recovery Training and a Deputy Principal role, Stephen understands the issues confronting today’s educators. His wealth of varied experience in education also led to his appointment as a Literacy Consultant for the NSW Department of Education and Training.  Originally from Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, Stephen is a truly inspirational presenter who is passionate about improving the learning outcomes for students.

Course Properties

Course date 18-01-2022 7:00 pm
Course End Date 18-01-2022 8:00 pm
Registration Start Date 28-06-2021 11:00 am
Capacity 150
Cut off date 18-01-2022 6:00 pm
Individual Price Ten euro
Speaker Stephen Graham
Number Hours 1
Location Online
We are no longer accepting registration for this course

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