Four ways to work against yourself when conferencing with struggling writers
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Examines the interactions that take place as nine exemplary teachers from New Zealand provide support for struggling writers in ways that inadvertently often turn out to be less effective than they hoped. Discusses four ways to produce unintended outcomes. Illustrates that even for exceptional teachers of writing, conducting effective conferences with struggling writers is a difficult and thought-provoking task.
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