SoCal Sandra Posted January 19, 2012 Share Posted January 19, 2012 Dss, almost 12, just started WWS. The instructions say the student should first write out five or six phrases or sentences, for example, then combine them into two or three sentences, and then read the sentences out loud before writing them down. Dss have been writing nice narrative summaries by skipping straight to the final sentences. It seems that they don't need to write the phrases first, or read the sentences out loud. Are they missing any benefit from the WWS approach if they skip these steps? They may need to include them when the assignments become longer, but right now those steps don't seem necessary. What has the rest of the hive experienced? TIA. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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