What is Shared and Interactive Writing in Preschool?
What is the difference between shared writing and interactive writing? How can use these types of writings to support our young learners?
Listen in to find out why these types of writing are important to teaching literary concepts and when and how to use them in your classroom!
- What Shared and Interactive Writing is and why it’s important
- Shared Writing- examples of how to use it in the classroom
- Interactive Writing- examples of how to use it in the classroom
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