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Incorporating systems thinking into writing

NCLE SmartBrief | Mar 20, 2017

Applying systems thinking to writing lessons can help teach real-world writing skills necessary for creating technical documents, language arts teacher Kevin Hodgson writes in this blog post. He shares three lesson ideas, including an assignment to write a narrative for a fake Rube Goldberg device. MiddleWeb (03/19)


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