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Lecture Notes in Social Sciences and Humanities (Book series)
An International Journal


Volumes > Vol. 02 > No. 01


The Teaching/Learning Cycle: Developing Autonomy through the Collaborative Writing Process

PP: 357-372
Wedad Asir Alotaibi,
Using the Teaching/Learning Cycle that includes Collaborative Writing Process in teaching writing can be highly effective and more engaging for students rather than other traditional writing teaching methods. Collaborative writing as a writing teaching approach associated with tech tool (Google Docs) can enhance students abilities in English language writing and increase their autonomy. In this approach, students can reach higher levels of accuracy, fluency and complexity in writing. They can practice critical thinking in writing tasks. The proposal will take place in the First Middle School at the beginning of the first semester in September 2020. The students will study English language writing through the Teaching/Learning Cycle stages that include the collaborative writing. Then, at the beginning of second semester, January 2021 there will be a workshop about the proposal to the others English language teachers. After that, there will be a writing community via WhatsApp consisting of the teachers interested in implementing collaborative writing approach in their classes. Two overarching outcomes of this proposal are the adaptation of the teaching/learning cycle and collaborative writing in teaching writing, will lead to improvement in students abilities and autonomy in writing.

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