UNM SPCD 587 - Writing- Composing a message using text (11 pages)

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University of New Mexico
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Spcd 587 - Reading Methods for Students with Intellectual or Severe Disability
Reading Methods for Students with Intellectual or Severe Disability Documents

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Writing Composing a message using text SPC ED 587 November 1 2006 Comprehensive Reading Instruction Program Should Include Each of These Every Day Listening Speaking Reading Writing Writing holistic and authentic process of communicating by construction of meaningful text Sturm Koppenhaver 2000 p 75 Revising Planning Steps in Process Writing Approach Composing Basic Steps in the Writing Process Plan Clarify purpose audience Generate ideas Organize info Revise Review Evaluate Revise c Correct Compose Select words Spelling Syntax Grammar Skills needed for writing Language Attention Memory Higher order thinking Factors Affecting Development of Writing Skills for Individuals with Moderate or Severe Disabilities Lack of opportunities to develop writing skills due to low expectations Provision of age inappropriate literacy instruction or instruction limited only to recognizing sight words Underlying language problems such as limited vocabulary or incomplete understanding of grammar Limitations in working memory that affect planning organizing and composing text Difficulty with fine motor skills that make handwriting laborious and time consuming or for some individuals with physical disabilities impossible Limited knowledge of phonics that affects the ability to spell words that the writer wishes to use in a composition Lack of technology and supports that would provide access to the writing process Singer Bashir 2004 Sturm Koppenhaver 2000 Text Composition Ingredients for Success Step 1 Have Expectations Step 2 Provide Opportunity Step 3 Plan and Implement Effective instruction and access and support Step 4 Provide More opportunities Explicit instruction paired with a process writing approach Suggestions for Developing Writing Skills Journaling e g Fill in the blank field trip Morning Message QuickDraw or QuickWrite Creating books Shared Writing Language Experience Stories Alphabet books Email or Snail Mail Pen Pals Writing Conversations Creating Poetry Skills needed for



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