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Flexibility in Problem Solving During Writing$75.00 USD
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Clay (2001) states in Change Over Time that “The purpose of the writing component of the Reading Recovery lesson is to learn how to write messages and stories…” Our goal in teaching is to help the child compose, write increasingly complex stories, and learn to solve words in flexible ways. Insights from Clay, student examples, and video segments are provided to demonstrate change over time in writing, the value of variety in writing, and examples of information narrative writing. This session is intended for Reading Recovery-trained professionals.
About the presenter
Mary Fried is an author and a trainer of teacher leaders in the Reading Recovery Center at The Ohio State University. Trained by Marie Clay and Barbara Watson during the original 1984-1985 pilot study of Reading Recovery in the U.S., Mary has been actively engaged in teaching, presenting, conducting research, and writing about Reading Recovery for more than 25 years. Mary is also a trainer for Literacy Collaborative and the Principal’s Academy for Leadership.
Length of Session
Approximately 90 minutes
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