Writing teachers can do the following things to help students with dysgraphia:
1. Provide classroom charts that specify tasks for structuring the writing process.
2. Provide extra time for writing assignments.
3. Provide models of what writing projects should look like.
4. Provide checklists to prompt the use of targeted writing traits.
5. Use highlighters or colored pencils to focus on specific conventions (e.g., parts of speech, punctuation, and capitalization).
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