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Improving literacy by recording written work

Isn’t it great when you get your kids to a point in their learning when they have done some really great history?

But then, time and again,  when you ask them to write something meaningful at the end of this process what you get just isn’t as good as you expect. The work is full of mistakes and simple errors.

Often the sentences just do not make sense.  A quick re drafting and re writing would make all the difference but only the most conscientious pupils ever go back and correct their work to improve it.  What can be done to get all of your students to do this?

A fail safe way to make them do the mundane corrections and help them improve their writing is simply to get them to make an audio recording of it. You can download the free software below.

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