Differentiated instruction in writing can provide students with opportunities to have successful writing experiences using their own interests and talents to guide instruction. Using tiered assignments allows students to work on specific skills within a skill level they can have success in while creating a product. Interest Centers can provide students with practice in the writing process while exploring things they are interested in. This can be so motivating to reluctant writers. I have incorporated this in dialogue journals during intervention groups.
Mention may also be made about the valuable contributions of the following workers in the different areas of Mycology. G. W. Martin on different groups of fungi and Myxomycetes; J. S. Karling on chytrids; F. K. Sparrow on aquatic fungi; S. D. Garrett on soil fungi and soil fertility; E. S. Salmon on the powdery mildews; L. Olive on fungal cytology; C. T. Ingold on spore liberation in fungi; E. S. Luttrell on the Pyrenomycetes; J. A. Nannfeldt, M. Le Gal, R. P. Korf, R. W. G. Dennis on the Discomycetes; E. J. K. Corner on the Clavariaceae; M. K. Nobles, B. Lowy, D. N. Pegler on different aspects of the Polyporaceae; R. Singer and A. K. Smith on the agarics; M. A. Donk on the Hymenomycetes; and C. W. Hesseltine on fungi and food fermentation.
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