"Write & Discuss" is a great way to provide more input in a collaborative and interactive way. So why wait? Give "Write & Discuss" a try and see how it can help you maximize comprehensible input in your class.
In this video, I talk about 5 writing tips for the language classroom to set your students up for success.I also include a bonus secret tip for grading writing that saves me a ton of time.
I've been grading quick writes and other forms of writing for over 20 years and over these years, I've developed a system that makes it quick and efficient. Read on for quick & easy writing assessment tips!
Quick Writes are an integral part of my classroom practice and they should be a part of yours too! There's nothing better than a quick write to measure a student's writing proficiency.
One of my favorite activities to do in class is called Write & Discuss. It's an activity that I do at least once a week. I love it because it's so versatile, requires little to no planning, and can be used in conjunction with so many other activities that I do in my classroom.
With comprehensible input, input is the key to language acquisition. But input alone cannot tell us much about a student's proficiency. For that, we need to measure how well a student writes and speaks the language. Today we're going to talk about creating a writing program in your classroom.