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Teaching Writing

Descriptive Text
Using PWIM Model
YENI PURTIKA SIMANJUNTAK
B4-LTBI
What is PWIM Model?
PWIM stands for Picture Word
Inductive Model
It uses a picture word chart as
the main media
It is suitable for teaching
writing (in any classes),
reading and vocabulary (EYL
students)
It is suitable for any genres
that could use pictures as the
media.

How does PWIM help the
teaching learning process?
Emphasizes phonics, grammar, mechanics, and usage of
Standard English.
Provide concrete referents for the learning of new
words, phrases, and sentences.
Help to participate in class activities.
Add the vocabulary insight
Experience the students to participate in the correct
spelling and writing.
Help to learn how to create sentences and paragraphs
related to the subject under study.

study a picture selected by
the teacher;
identify what they see in the
picture for the teacher to
label;
read and review the words
generated;
use the picture word chart to
read their own sets of words;
classify words according to
properties they can identify;
and develop titles,
sentences, and paragraphs
about their picture.

How to apply?
Brown
hair
Red
Carpet
Pointed
Nose
Handsome
Actor
Talented
Famous
Black
Tuxedo
Tie
Harry
Potter
Crowded
Fans
He is Daniel Radcliffe. He is a famous actor.
He plays a role as Harry Potter. He is very
handsome. He has brown hair and pointed
nose. He has many fans. He is now standing
on a red carpet. He wears tie and a black
tuxedo. Many fans are waiting for him.
DANIEL
RADCLIFFE
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