By Eve Bearne
Is helping academics comprise multimodal methods in writing guide, demonstrates find out how to construct a supportive lecture room setting for studying visible and audiovisual texts, and includes a CD-ROM.
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I really needed to get the children to be more independent in their generation of ideas and changing these ideas into writing. Therefore I used talk partners to think of ideas, refer to the notes from the shared reading to add the right vocabulary, and write the ideas down a couple of sentences at a time. The children then reread their paragraphs and checked that the ideas linked, discussed how the images and film would add extra information to the written text, and decided which images and film would be most appropriate.
That went to the top window of the building that she was crouching outside of before. Then she went inside hanging from the railings and hiding from the two guards that looked very serious. Then when the guards looked straight ahead I snook past the guards and I found myself in this dark gloomy room with a blue laptop that opened an oval door when you press special buttons…. In contrast with the subdued use of verbs in her Red Riding Hood story, Sylviana’s story is also full of strong movement: One day Lizzie Lovet went on an adventure.
Section 3 Planning and teaching multimodal and written texts In this section: • • • • • • • • • • • research which supports planning integrated and extended units of work the Multimodal Planning and Teaching Sequence the process of writing and the process of multimodal text construction becoming familiar with the text type: reading and analysing capturing and recording ideas planning and structuring ideas drafting, revising and proofreading presenting teacher modelling using the sequence flexibly Classroom account: Designing and writing non-chronological reports in Year 5.