กลยุทธ์การเขียนเชิงโต้ตอบ: แนวทางการส่งเสริมทักษะการเขียนสำหรับเด็ก (Interactive Writing Strategy: Guidelines for Promoting Writing Skills for Children)
Keywords:Interactive writing strategy, Writing skill
Writing is one of the most important skills in 21st century and It's the skill that need to be developed in early years of school. Because the writing is the tools for learning and use in daily life to express thought knowledge and understanding of the world through written language. One of the approaches that used for teaching to promote writing skill is Interactive writing strategy. The step of the interactive writing strategy was consisting of step 1 Building language experience, step 2 Planning writing, step 3 switching the role as the author, step 4 reading to review the text and step 5 summarizing learning. Activity can be organized for both small groups and whole class. During the activity, teacher has the important roles to scaffolding the children. Moreover, the teacher has to organize classroom environment, material and language printed media to enhance successful implementation of interactive writing strategies.
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