Teaching Writing Skills: Paragraphs to Essays

87 pages, soft cover

This Landmark Outreach book provides a logical, practical approach to teaching process writing. It describes step-by-step instructions for writing paragraphs, linking paragraphs together, and adding introductory and concluding paragraphs to build essays in order to help students with language-based learning disabilities gain confidence in their writing abilities. Additionally, templates and practice exercises are included to help students master the various components of expository writing.

What you’ll learn from this book:

  • The role of writing in academic competence
  • How LBLD affects a student’s writing output
  • The complexities and hidden demands of writing
  • Important elements of writing instruction
  • A logical progression for teaching writing skills
  • Specific techniques to help students with LBLD write in a clear, organized manner
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About the Author

Janet Parady, et. al

Janet is the head of the language arts department at Landmark High School, as well as a faculty member, consultant, and writer for Landmark Outreach. In her time at Landmark, she has also been a tutor, teacher, and academic case manager. Janet has presented seminars for educators and parents throughout the country regarding methods for instructing all students within the language arts context, and she has been an educational consultant for several schools. Janet has also served as a writing instructor for Simmons College.

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