Writing for Health Education

What types of writing might I use to help students reflect, communicate thinking and  collaborate for learning? (vignettes, exemplars, organizers, etc.)
The following opportunities for writing can be included in a health education class:
creative writing that includes students crafting their own vignettes, creating rules and directions to a new game that they make up, or applying a health skill to a scenario that the student develops. We have included our dating violence unit of instruction where students have a number of opportunities to analyze and apply actions that could be taken to stop a violent relationship.
What types of writing are typically used in the field related to my content area?
1. Creative writing
2. Personal reflection
3. Real narratives are common writing assignments.
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Apr 10, 2012, 11:38 AM
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