The Writing Conference. Meeting One-on-One with Students. Overview. This presentation will cover: Differences between the classroom context and an individual conference. Methods of structuring a successful conference. Tips for working one-on-one to create more confident writers.
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Meeting One-on-One with Students
This presentation will cover:
In the classroom…
In a conference…
Developing better writers:
In the classroom, students gain the tools and vocabulary they need to consider and discuss writing critically.
In conferences, students get feedback on their own writing process in practice.
Budget your time:
Use the first minutes to set an agenda.
Assign a conference task in class.
Let the student do the work:
Ask/Answer Final Questions:
Visit the Purdue Writing Lab:
Visit the OWL: http://owl.english.purdue.edu