Discussions help students organize, understand topics

02/21/2008 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

Preparing students for and engaging students in vigorous classroom discussions might prepare them to write more thoughtful, coherent essays, veteran language arts teacher and literacy coach Kathie Marshall writes. One student who rarely wrote little more than a "word salad" at the beginning of a four-week unit wrote a strong, thoughtful essay at its completion.

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