Top ten tips for making writing real
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As an adult, writing always has a purpose, be it a shopping list, greetings card, work email or that novel you never quite get round to finishing (or starting). But do we always manage to instil that sense of tangible purpose when we teach writing to our children?
We should certainly be trying to, both as a motivational tool and to help them understand how to select the correct writing style for the job at hand.
So what can you do to ensure that writing in your curriculum feels real, purposeful and interesting for your children?
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Published 6 December 2021
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