When students engage in a dialogue with themselves, they are able to orient, organize, and focus their thinking. By talking through steps and procedures, learners are able to go through the Composition process and consciously direct their Attention to relevant aspects of their learning.
Beginning at 6:15, watch this fifth grade teacher conference with a student about his writing. As he explains his plan, he shares his thinking and how he can improve his writing. Now when he continues to work independently, he can work on these next steps that he voiced to his teacher.
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Watch how Turnitin's Revision Assistant can help students plan their writing based on immediate feedback. Through targeted comments and ratings on a rubric, students know how to improve their writing, and they can apply these suggestions to other areas of their writing, creating a plan to enrich their pieces.
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