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“Love the Daily Dazzle materials! I have used them for years now and there is nothing better for language arts. This year I purchased the writing materials, Creative Writing, Expository Writing, and The Book on How to Really Teach Writing and they are just as amazing. I will not teach without them!”
— Jackie Knupp Johnson, Alaska State Teacher of the Year, 2010

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Razzle Dazzle Learning Co. materials make teaching language arts and writing as productive, interesting, and stress free as possible.

All of the materials are student directed so children learn to be independent learners. When students are independent learners the teachers/parents have more time to focus on facilitating, rather than on teaching language arts and writing. Students feel empowered and become more successful, while the parent/instructor becomes a guide, coach and cheerleader.

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A Tip On Teaching Writing

The goal when teaching writing is to motivate students to write, write often, and write a lot. That is the only way they are going to become writers.

This is a difficult task when as educators we have been encouraged to use students’ writing as the primary vehicle to teaching writing.  We have traditionally accomplished this by returning students’ papers with low grades, red marks, and negative comments, which did nothing to encourage reticent students to continue writing.

Over the 30 years that I taught writing to students ranging in ages 5 – 16, I found that if you took the stress out of writing by just allowing students to write freely, they became much more comfortable and eager writers. They began applying the rules that I was reviewing or teaching away from their writing assignments.  Soon I found students were looking forward to writing and were getting better and better at it as time went by.

I will be sharing more tips on teaching writing in my next post.

Have a great weekend!

Judith

 

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