The Writing Symphony Approach
Talk about something about learn "how to write" before "what to write" talk about "Think, Write, Speak" process. What other approach we have
The early years are crucial for developing mental processes and writing mechanics. Listening and reading a good books or articles should begin early; formal writing course may begin at grade 2 or 3 after they develop certain vocabularies and reach 3rd grade reading level, but it is never too late to begin.
Constant repetition is essential in learning to write. Students do not learn a word or grammar rules and then discard it. They add it to their vocabulary or repertoire, gradually using it in new and more sophisticated ways. Our multi-year program blahblahblah
Small Group Learning
Student participate in regular group lessons at which they learn from and are motivated by each other.
Student learn words after hearing them spoken hundreds of times by others. Listening and reading stories or articles every day is important, especially listening or reading a well written classical pieces so the student knows what is a good writing immediately.
As with language, the student’s effort to learn writing should be met with sincere praise and encouragement. Each student learns at his/her own pace, building on small steps so that each one can be mastered. students are also encouraged to support each other’s efforts, fostering an attitude of generosity and cooperation.
Assignment writing enhances your knowledge about the subject learned at class, and student's writing skills develop with each assignment. Timely feedback through verbal and written communication are necessary.
Feedback on Homework
Student learn to read after their ability to talk has been well established. in the same way, student should develop basic technical competence on their writing mechanics before being taught to write long essay.