Critical Writing is...
Writing for the purpose of organizing, clarifying, defending, refuting, analyzing, dissecting, connecting, and expanding ideas or concepts. The process of writing critically requires the learner to take a subconscious idea and bring it to the conscious level through the tangible act of writing. This is an informal way of writing to connect new learning to prior knowledge.
In what ways have critical writing impacted your students this year?
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