The Writing Toolkit for Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: Writing Strategies

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This session concludes the training series on effective writing practices for students who are deaf or hard of hearing. Content emphasizes how to make the writing process work by selecting and explicitly teaching novice writers strategies used by expert writers through self-regulated strategy development. Self-regulated strategy development stages of instruction will be presented, and examples of specific writing strategies and mnemonic prompts will be discussed. Overall, the use of writing strategies pulls content presented in the webinar series together because the purpose of strategic writing is to help students develop self-efficacy, ownership of the writing process, and independent use of writing strategies.

This training has one PowerPoint handout and one Resource Packet. Three different versions of the PowerPoint Presentation are available below, each with a different number of slides per page. Registrants only need to download one version plus the Resource Packet.

1. PowerPoint 2 slides per page
2. PowerPoint 3 slides per page
3. PowerPoint 4 slides per page
4. Resource Packet
5. Follow Up PLC Guide


Title of Training: The Writing Toolkit for Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: Writing Strategies
Presenter: Dr. Lana Edwards Santoro
Training Date: 04/19/2018

Topic: Deaf/Hard of Hearing


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