reluctant writers can be a challenge in class. There are many reasons why students may be reluctant writers. However, in my opinion, these can be categorized into 4 main groups:
In these 4 blog posts we will cover all 4 categories and list a number of small tweaks you can make to your lessons in order to turn your reluctant writers into creative writers!
Lack of Focus!
this reluctant writer is a DAYDREAMER OR A FIdGeTER. Do you know a child like this? Symptoms of a child like this might include...
This child needs assistance focusing. You need to discover what is distracting him/her. It could be a class mate, the environment or something different. Not every child is designed to learn and be creative in a classroom on a chair and not every child is designed to learn and create in 60 minutes lesson slots.
These are just a few ways of helping your child, who lacks focus, become an enthusiastic writer. If you have more ideas, then please share them via our social media sites and we will share them with the teaching world!
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