Writing represents a number of things. This could be communicating a message, writing for a specific purpose, such as a letter or a report, writing for a particular audience or even to improve handwriting and spelling.
Mallets (2012:351) bold explanation suggests that writing is a powerful way of organising thinking and reasoning. It enables us to communicatie meaning, this is in a relatively permant form to an absent audiences across space and time.
‘The programmes of study for writing at Key stages 1 and 2 are
constructed similarly to those for reading (i.e. word reading and
- Transcription (spelling and grammar)
- Composition (articulating ideas and
structuring them in speech and writing)’
Forms of writing include:
- Rhyming Couplets