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Writing to Learn. Writing to Learn Defined. Writing to Learn is a strategy through which students can develop their ideas, their critical thinking ability and their writing skills.

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writing to learn defined
Writing to Learn Defined

Writing to Learn is a strategy through which students can develop their ideas, their critical thinking ability and their writing skills.

Writing to Learn can be used as a formative assessment and as a way to scaffold from low- to high- stakes writing assignments.

high stakes writing
High-Stakes Writing

Formal academic writing (formal essays, research papers, business proposals, etc.)

Usually graded

Expected to follow the conventions of formal academic prose

Additional expectations for conventions may apply that are specific to disciplines (i.e. lab reports, technical writing, etc.)

low stakes writing
Low-Stakes Writing

Less formal and used to stimulate thought, generate ideas and connections, keep students engaged and thinking during class, and/or give us information about our students

Journals, exit tickets,

Formative tool, usually not graded

3 2 1 text protocol
3-2-1 Text Protocol
  • Read Writing for Learning, by Peter Elbow
  • After reading, individually record:
    • 3 things you found interesting
    • 2 “I wonders”
    • 1 action step for implementing low-stakes writing in your classroom
  • Share with partner, small group, whole group
group brainstorm
Group Brainstorm

As a whole group, list examples of high-stakes and low-stakes writing activities on chart paper.

Leave chart paper posted for afternoon session.

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