NBCTs offer advice to educators who teach writing

12/9/2012 | Education Week Teacher

Two National Board Certified Teachers are among teachers who offer advice in this blog post about how teachers can improve students' writing skills. In response to a question posted on Larry Ferlazzo's blog, NBCT Renee Moore advises teachers to focus more on context rather than particular strategies and methodologies. NBCT Ray Salazar urges teachers to stop teaching the five-paragraph essay, saying it is "rudimentary, unengaging, and useless."

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