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Anatomy of the Paragraph Writing Strategy. This step cues the writer to rationally organize the information using clustering and prioritizing. Each step elicits an overt response that can be evaluated and on which corrective feedback can be given. S et up a diagram C reate the title

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Anatomy of the paragraph writing strategy

Anatomy of the Paragraph Writing Strategy

This step cues the writer to rationally

organize the information using

clustering and prioritizing.

Each step elicits an overt response that can be evaluated and on which corrective feedback can be given.

Set up a diagram

Create the title

Reveal the topic

Iron out the details

Bind it together with a clincher

Edit your work

These steps cue the writer

to use a transformational strategy

to summarize the paragraph.

The first letters

spell “SCRIBE,” the

meaning of which

is related to the

behavior.

These steps cue the

writer to use another

strategy (Sentence

Writing) which includes

a monitoring strategy.

Only a few steps are

used to facilitate complex cognitive processes.

This step cues the

writer to monitor his

work using an adaptation

of another strategy.

Each step begins with a verb that facilitates an active response.

University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning 2006


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