Questions: Creative Writing: Authentic Writing
2. Rubrics: a guide/instrument to follow for assessment
3. Checklists: a list that highlights “must haves” in an assignment.
4. Processes: The student goes through specific phases in writing.
5. Products: The final product submitted for evaluation/assessment
6. Prewriting: The initial stages of writing process.
7. Rewriting: Proofreading and editing the previous writing, things can be added and other things deleted.
8. Postwriting: When all the ideas are formulated and arranged in the paper, the paper is written more clearly and becomes easier to read.
9. Annotation: Making notes about a reading.
10. First Person Summary: Students write in the first person as if they where part of what is going on in the reading/topic.
11. Blogs: Usually a website or webpage where an individual writes their own content related to whatever they choose to write about.
12. Wikis: websites which allow students to work together to edit the content presented.
1. According to the chapter, Authentic Writing can greatly contribute to adults’ and children’s ability to read and write in a variety of genres. Explain and give examples: …show more content…
Authentic writing has to do with children and adults producing meaningful pieces of writing with clear ideas. When adults and children are free to incorporate other sources that are equated with real life interests, such as: drawings, blogs, creating a brochure, and podcasts, they are creating something meaningful to them that will intern enhance their reading and writing skills through a variety of genres outside of the classroom