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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 tutoring 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 difficulty with both reading and writing. The course taken introduced principles of learning that enabled me to tutor these students positively. Reading ***** ***** in the Content *****rea helps students understand why content is so important to reading and writing. Content helps shape a story in the mind of a reader, whereas when writing, ***** helps form the foundation ***** one's written word, whether they write an essay, a reflection p*****per, a novel or any other form of writing. At the beginning of the course I felt I did not need to review ***** reading ***** writing skills because I had already been a student for a dozen ye*****rs; each year I learned I had to take ***** and writing *****s or had to turn in papers relative to the subject I studied (like Hi*****). However, this course introduced new theories of writing I had not learned ***** was surprised about. These key theories or concepts I ***** included KWLS theory, pre-reading strategies, and ***** for composing, drafting, revising and evaluating papers using a proper critiquing methodology.

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

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