Prior to beginning this discussion, please read “Writing, Early” (pp. 212-219)
Prior to beginning this discussion, please read “Writing, Early” (pp. 212-219) and “Writing, Advanced” (pp. 220-226) in your required text as well as “Using Blogs to Improve Students’ Summary Writing Abilities” and “An Adjective Is a Word Hanging Down From a Noun: Learning to Write and Students With Learning Disabilities” in your required articles.
Based on your resources this week, explain the theoretical perspectives of early versus late writing development. Apply skeptical inquiry to a brief discussion about why language acquisition is an important component of learning how to write. Apply the concept of writing acquisition to your own academic success. Has your own development for language and for writing affected your success? How? Based on the evidence suggested in “An Adjective Is a Word Hanging Down From a Noun: Learning to Write and Students With Learning Disabilities,” only 25% of students can be classified as proficient writers (Harris & Graham, 2013). Apply ethical principles and professional standards of learning and cognition psychology to this complex and growing concern by playing the role of the expert. What suggestions do you have, based on empirical evidence and theory, for increasing the competency of writers in this country? As a scholar, how important is it to encourage competent writing in others? What strategies could you employ to improve your own writing? Your initial post should be 450 to 600 words in length and thoroughly discuss each of the elements in the prompt.
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