Learner Outcomes - Writing

3.0 Students produce informational, practical, persuasive and narrative writing that demonstrates an awareness of audience, purpose and form using stages of the writing process as needed. (i.e. prewriting, drafting, revising, editing and publishing)

Students are able to: Group related ideas and maintain a consistent focus. Develop a topic sentence, supporting sentences and a concluding sentence. USe relevant description including sensory details and personal experiences, observations and limited research based information to make a topic or message clear to the reader. Improve the clarity of focus by revising writing based on given or self-generated criteria and on others' responses. Prepare writing for publication by purposefully using drawings, legible handwriting, labeling and graphics (electronic or traditional). Write to express personal ideas in stories, poems, plays and other writings that

  • convey a message
  • include well chosen details to develop the impressions in a well developed paragraph.


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January 2002