Is group work an effective approach in the writing classroom?

The effectiveness of group work in the classroom may depend largely on the dynamic of the individual groups, and may be more effective when students first work alone then come together to share ideas, writes former high-school writing teacher Greg Graham, a teacher consultant with the National Writing Project. Graham writes that teachers should dedicate classroom time to solitary writing, during which students develop personal awareness, critical thinking and intellectual curiosity.

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