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Kids Write: Tips for Parents and Teachers by Working Writer's Club member Marlene Hibbard
Children begin with oral learning for the first few years of life. That's easier, with the support of intonation, body language and objects to point to. Kids write most of their lives. Writing necessitates being more concise, knowing grammar, spelling and so much more. Adult role models must be prepared.
The Working Writer's Club is a professional club for freelance writers, authors, coaches, and speakers providing training, resources, and networking opportunities for its members. The Working Writer's Club is pleased to share with you Marlene Hibbard's latest article, "Kids Write: Tips for Parents and Teachers."
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"How to Prepare Yourself to Teach Writing: "Me? Prepare myself?" you ask, "I've been teaching kids writing for decades."
Maybe you prepared academically and know all the mechanics of writing but what is your rapport with your students...
Teach A Writing Lifestyle: Teach kids to watch for things to write about whenever possible thereby developing a writing life-style.
You may be at the park and find the pond's edge muddy. Instead of warning Junior not to step in it, make it a content-gathering moment for a writing project. If your child is a ken-esthetic learner, allow...
Be Prepared With Tools for Mechanics: No, we aren't going to work on your car. We're talking about the mechanics of writing. Check out Wanda C. Phillips' EASY GRAMMAR PLUS WORKBOOK (13.67 new). This book clears up much confusion in sentence...
Be an Example: Until students learn the mechanics of writing they learn from you, the role model, so be sure you know your grammar rules and apply them. We get careless at home and grammar doesn't get the emphasis it once did in..."
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About Marlene Hibbard:
Marlene Hibbard publishing credits include the award winning magazine Focus on the Family's Clubhouse Magazine, Webster Bible Church newspaper, Alive Now Magazine, and the National Writing for Children website. She has twenty plus years of experience in working with children and is a member of the Working Writer's Club. Visit http://www.marlenehibbard.com for more suggestions and articles about teaching children of different ages how to write.
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