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Task 3: Instill Through Writing
Guideline: To do well in school, the adolescent student needs to learn to write skillfully. To be a good writer, it is important to practice. For example, middle and high school students can develop their writing skills through such practice exercises as
- descriptive writing,
- contemplative essays,
- personal letters,
- laboratory or field notebooks,
- character sketches, and
- research papers.
Possessing an awareness of techniques that enhance writing skills may help middle and high school teachers improve adolescent literacy.