Writing enhancing learning
Writing enhancing learning
Writing in Language Arts is one of the main objectives. Writing can be very expressive, which entails a lot of detail and comprehension.
Writing in Langauge Arts can allow for reflection and further learning
Writing weekly reflections in a journal would be helpful with punctuation, spelling, grammar, sentence structure
Language Arts at a younger age level acts as the framework for the rest of their lives. This is where they learn to read and write
Self and peer editing
Writing in Math can enhance understanding of material
Writing in math is useful for understanding steps that have been taken to find a solution to the problem
Writing is important in math so explanations can be attached to answers for the teacher to read and therefore mark accordingly
Writing can be difficult in this subject area, because an answer is not up for discretion, math is very black or white.
Social Studies can involve a lot of writing, very descriptive, current and past tense
In Social Studies writing of papers is very common, which can allow for different styles to be introduced to the student
Writing of current events, case studies, textbook work etc. can be very important for the development of a student
Writing of papers, assignments, etc.
Physical Education is often viewed as an "subject" area, by adding a written component, physical education may seem like the other core subjects
Can enhance long term memory if written journals are incorporated in a gym class, exercise class etc.
Writing in physical education can direct more importance on participation if there is a test, assignment, project etc. at the end of the unit.
Writing in Physical Education can act as a tool to follow when leading a game, activity etc.
Writing can be useful for strategies being used in a lesson
Science is a subject that incorporates a lot of writing because of the type of work that is incorporated in the subject area
Writing a hypothesis is very common in science, without the basic skills from Language Arts, a hypothesis cannot be formed and will thus not make sense according to the outcome
Writing steps of an experiment
Writing in Art is a great way to describe feeling and meaning behind the art piece that was created. Reflections describing the work you developed can be very powerful and be a supplement for the peice
Writing that is attached to the art piece can be very powerful and may describe a different thought/ message then the painting, drawing etc. portrayed
Art is very descriptive on its own, adding writing can be very
powerful for the artist themselves, allowing them time to write their inspiration for the piece and the story behind the thought process. (This can be a very difficult thing to do)