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***** and Writing - A Review of Experience and Reflection

***** paper reflects on my experiences tutoring two 6th grade students for 10 sessions. Half needed reading comprehension help and half needed help with writing skills. Overall the experience ***** others was positive. One of the students, Jessica, was an exceptional reader, but experienced difficulty when trying to put her thoughts to paper to provide adequate ***** samples. Nathan had ***** with both reading and writing. The course taken introduced principles of learning that enabled me to tu*****r these ***** *****ly. Reading ***** ***** in the Content *****rea ********** students understand why content is so important to reading and writing. ***** helps shape a story in the mind of a reader, whereas when writing, ***** helps form ***** foundation of one's written word, whether they write an essay, a reflection *****, a novel or *****y other form of writing. At the beginning of the course I felt I did not need to review my reading ***** writing skills because I had already been a student for a dozen ye*****rs; each year I learned I ***** to take reading and writing courses or had to turn in papers relative to the subject I studied (like Hi*****). However, this course introduced new theories ***** writing I ***** not learned ***** ***** surprised about. *****se key theories or concepts I ***** included KWLS the*****y, pre-reading strategies, and strategies for composing, drafting, revising and evaluating ***** using a proper critiquing methodology.

Previous ***** ***** course I assumed that there were universal guidelines that govern the evaluation of writing. Now I realize this is only partly true. While ***** are guidelines ***** govern writing, ***** guidelines may vary from subject to subject. They may also vary depending on ***** type of writing or reading one engages in. For example, a scientific paper would have different content than a ***** written for ***** h*****tory class. The writer would have to present in*****ation for the science paper in the form of brief narratives, tables and graphs to help make a po*****t. ***** a history ***** however, the writer must incorporate a thesis or main idea, and then support that idea with adequate *****. The in*****ation *****d must also be verified; the writer can ***** verification into the body by citing authors or the research of other writers that influenced the writer's w*****k. All guidelines should encourage students to engage in oral reviews, or to review ***** material they read or write aloud, so ***** better ***** ***** comprehend, ***** better remember what it is they are *****. This is a le*****rn*****g strategy ***** helps solidify ***** is learned in the *****room with what one thinks in ***** m*****d. Far too often it seems students drift in and out of lecture; they may or may not pay attention. However, if one must read *****, then they must pay attention; and, if they write someth*****g they then read aloud, they might be able to discover any

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