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APPLIED LINGUISTICS - Writing

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Applied Linguistics
SKILLS
WRITING

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Rocío Ferre
Mariel Gonzalez
Milena Iñon
Agostina Montaña
Miguel Montaño
Florencia Vera

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What do you think "being literate" mean?
timer
0:20
A
How to write and read properly
B
The ability to write a text
C
A human capacity to read text
D
None of the previous anwers are correct.

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“The manipulation of a set of discrete, value-free technical skills which included decoding and encoding meaning, manipulating writing tools, perceiving shape-sound correspondences which are acquired through formal education.”
-Ken Hyland

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Aspects of Literacy

  
Handwriting                                                 Layout and 
                                                                         punctuation
                                            Spelling

                                                             

          
     

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Which one is correct?
APOLIGISE
APOLOGIZE
BOTH

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APPROACHES TO STUDENT'S WRITING
WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT THE PROCESS OF WRITING?
- A result of employing strategies to manage the composing process.


- A number of activities 
involved: 

  • setting goals,
  • generating ideas,
  • organizing information,
  • selecting appropriate language,
  • making a draft,
  •  reading and reviewing it,
  •  revising and editing

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    Process approach
pay attention to the various stages that any piece of writing goes through
Planning

Revising

Producing reader- based prose

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IMPLICATIONS OF A PROCESS APPROACH

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Helping students generate ideas.
Providing practice in planning

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Contextualizing tasks to develop a sense of audiece

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Encouraging students in revision strategies

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Supporting students with technology

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Issues in introducing a process approach.

 -provide time for writing 

-role of revision

-collaborative writing 

 
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  • early stages
  • independence
  •  more practice

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   Product approach
  -

focus on the features of texts and developing the ability to produce them
methodology

  • analysis of model texts
  • formal practice 
teacher role
  • prime writing

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Genre
norms of different kinds of writing
Students need to consider:
  • The topic
  •  The conventions and style of the genre
  • The context
data colection procedure
pre-writing phase

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Text-based
approach
Helping students with their writing needs

Building awareness of discourse organization

Helping Students to develop crafting skills

Enabling Students to appreciate the criteria of an effective text

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Which one is an example of a formal letter?
A
Image 1
B
Image 2

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Building awareness of discourse organization
Rhetorical functions
¨The first point I would like to make is that nuclear power stations are a threat to environmental we live in and to society itself. This  is because the danger of radio active material escaping into the ground and polluting rivers and farms. A good example of this is....¨
Rhetorical Patterns

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Which is/are examples of types of discourse organization?
A
Cause-effect
B
Problem-solution
C
Contrast-comparison
D
All of them

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Helping students to develop crafting skills
  • How the parts of a text are linked through cohesive devices.
  • How sentence structure can vary to develop meaning
  • The role that punctuation plays
Achieve accuracy in a text

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Enabling students to appreciate the criteria of an effective text

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What does this term suggest?
timer
1:00
A
writing poetry
B
writing plays
C
writing stories
D
All of them are correct

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Creative writing is a journey of 
SELF-DISCOVERY
TEACHERS
STUDENTS
  • set up imaginative tasks
  • provide a reader audience
  • build the writing habit
  • engaged 
  • proud
ISSUES
  • frustration
  • sense of failure
EFFECTIVE LEARNING

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WRITING AS 
A COOPERATIVE ACTIVITY
      Constructive feedback
     Generation of ideas  
     Great motivation
     Group pride 

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BUILDING THE WRITING HABIT
HELP
  •  interesting and enjoyable tasks
  • enough information - language
  • suggestions - ideas 
  • Patterns - schemes
  • Instant writing 
STUDENTS
Unconfident

They don't have anything to say.
 They can't come up with ideas
RECOGNISE  WRITING AS BEING A NORMAL PART OF THE CLASSROOM

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Writing-for-learning
vs.
Writing-for-writing
The kind of writing we do to help students learn a language or to test them in that language
The kind of writing for building writing skills in our students.

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THE ROLES OF THE TEACHER
  • Motivator
  • Resource
  • Feedback provider

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------------R E S O U R C E S ---------

-Harmer, J (2007). The Practice of ELT. Fourth edition. Essex. Longman Pearson. Ch. 19

-Hedge, T (2008). Teaching and learning in the Language Classroom. China, OUP, Ch. 9

-Oxford, Insight Elementary

-https://hackernoon.com/positive-and-negative-effects-of-technology-on-academic-writing-skills-fw3430lq






THANK YOU!!

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