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Name the 4 types of written lang. develop.
1) scribbling
2) Inventory and Description-I love grandma because she bakes cookies
3) Descriptive-Mom is nice and she has black hair
Textual features: Beginnings of narriative and exposition text
The three practical used of writing.
Create an environment to write
Model writing as enjoyable
Writing is for lifelong learning
write for lifelong learning
C.The first of 7 principles of 14 writing skills
1) include a computer-aided writing
2) technical writing
3) Diagrams
4) Peer discussion groups
5) Cause effect chain
6) Conduct an interview
7) Create a class magazine
C.The second of 7 principles of 14 writing skills
1) use descriptive writing
2) dialogues
3) kwl charts
4) gallery walk
5) journaling
6) think sheets
7) writing letters
D) Informal and Formal writing assessments
D) Informal and Formal writing assessments are

Writing assessments to monitor and evaluate development
E) How is Assessment Results used?
E) How is Assessment Results used?

Focus instruction of writing for all students
Ongoing assessments-what are they used for:
Ongoing assessments-what are they used for:

To determine Intervention based on TEKS, which is simply student expected knowledge for each grade level
H) The 3 types of self-assess writings
H) The 3 types of self-assess writings

1) Clarity
2) Intrest to Audience
3) Comprehensiveness
The three parts of first-draft writing through writing for publications
The three parts of first-draft writing through writing for publications

a) previewing (organize, brainstorm, outline}
b) drafting (first attempt to write, sloppy copy)
c) editing (fix mechanical, grammatical, and spelling errors)
d) revising( consider clarity of message and the audience response)
What are the relation to other language arts
CONNECTS VARIOUS ASPECTS OF LAGAUAGE
NAME THE SIMILARTIES AND DIFFRENCES BETWEEN SPOKEN, AND WRITTEN ENGLISH
SYNTAX, VOCAB. VARIETY, VERNACULAR, AND LEXICAL VOCAB PHRASES/NA(IDIOMS)
NAME THE TWO TYPES OF AUDIENCE AND PURPOSE
1) AUDIENCE-(WHO, HOW MANY, PURPOSE, WHAT AND IMPORTANCE)
2) PURPOSE (DESCRIPTIVE, EXPOSTION) NARRIATIVE, EXPRESSIVE PERSUASIVE)
WHY ARE MULTIPLE OPPTUNITIES IMPORTANT
THEY REQUIRE TO WRITE USING VARIOUS VOICES AND STYLES
WHAT ARE THE 5 PRICIPLES OF USE OF TECHNOLOGY FOR WRITTING
FOR TEACHING WRITING
WRITTING FOR PUBLISHING
FACILITATE WRITTEN COMMUNICATIN (SPELL AND GRAMMER CHECK)
SHOULD BE USED IN CONJUCTION FOR PRINING OUT COMPARISONS OF MANUAL EDITNG
THE TECNOLOGIES MAKE IT EASY TO REVISE COMPOSTITION AND TRY DIFFRIENT FORMATS