Lulu Learns to Write

Lulu Learns to Write

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Read Lulu’s story to understand why children struggle with writing.

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Lulu Learns to Write is a graphic metaphor. Imagine each separate writing skill as a box. Lulu, our young writer, is now faced with a huge number of skills that she has to learn simultaneously. As Lulu grows and learns, she needs less cognitive work space for her foundational skills, allowing more room for higher-level thinking. This is a representation of Cognitive Load Theory: skills that become automatic require less cognitive effort.

 

Download and share Lulu’s story with developing readers and writers to help them understand why we recommend Intentional Copywork and Dictation as a regular weekly practice.


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