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Title Effective learning and teaching of writing : a handbook of writing in education / edited by Gert Rijlaarsdam, Huub van den Bergh, Michel Couzijn.
Imprint New York, N.Y. : Kluwer Academic, 2005.
Edition Second edition.

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Series Studies in writing ; v. 14
Studies in writing ; v. 14.
Subject Composition (Language arts) -- Study and teaching.
Written communication -- Study and teaching.
Discourse analysis -- Study and teaching.
Report writing -- Study and teaching.
Rhetoric -- Study and teaching.
Alt Name Rijlaarsdam, Gert.
Bergh, Huub van den.
Couzijn, Michel.
Alternate Title Effective teaching and learning of writing.
Description 1 online resource (x, 669 pages) : illustrations.
Edition Second edition.
Note Revision of: Effective teaching and learning of writing. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 1996.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 599-643) and indexes.
Contents Effective Learning and Teaching of Writing : Student Involvement In The Teaching Of Writing / Gert Rijlaarsdam & Huub van den Bergh -- Part One : Studies in Learning to Write -- Emergent Writing in Kindergarten and the Emergence of the Alphabetic Principle / Madelon Saada-Robert, Kristine Balslev, & Katja Mazurczak -- Looking at Reading and Writing Through Language / Maria da Gracia L.C. Pinto -- Rewriting to Introduce Punctuation in the Second Grade : A Didactic Approach / Sofia Vernon, Monica Alvarado, & Paula Zermeno -- Contextual Factors Enhancing Cognitive and Metacognitive Activity During the Process of Collaborative Writing / Marta Milian Gubern -- Metacognitive Regulations, Peer Interactions and Revision of Narratives by Sixth Graders / Yviane Rouiller -- The Directivity of Teacher Strategies in Collaborative Writing Tasks / Christina Diez [and others] -- Making Digital Annotations Using the World Wide Web / Henrry Rodriguez & Sandra Brunsberg -- Popular Culture : A Resource For Writing In Secondary English Classrooms / Douglas McClenaghan & Brenton Doecke -- The Garden of Thought : About Writing Poems in Upper Secondary School / Per-Olof Erixon -- Using a Structured Writing Workshop to Help Good Readers who are Poor Writers / Ronald L. Honeycutt & Ruie Jane Pritchard -- Deaf Ways Of Writing Narratives : A Bilingual Approach / Maria Koutsoubou -- Stylistic Imitation as a Tool in Writing Pedagogy / Uwe Geist -- Improving Argumentative Writing by Fostering Argumentative Speech / Sergio Crasnich & Lucia Lumbelli -- Monitoring Local Coherence Through Bridging Integration / Lucia Lumbelli & Gisella Paoletti -- Learning to Write Instructive Texts by Reader Observation and Written Feedback / Michel Couzijn & Gert Rijlaarsdam -- Learning to Read and Write Argumentative Text by Observation of Peer Learners / Michel Couzijn & Gert Rijlaarsdam -- The Uptake of Peer-Based Intervention in the Writing Classroom / Eva Lindgren -- Part Two : Studies In How To Teach Writing -- Teaching Writing : Using Research to Inform Practice / Roger Beard -- Impact of Regular Philosophical Discussion on Argumentative Skills : Reflection About Education in Primary Schools / Emmanuele Auriac-Peyronnet & Marie-France Daniel -- Action Research : a Study on Using an Integrative-Narrative Method to Teach L2 Writing in a Hong Kong Primary School / Anita Y.K. Poon -- Teaching How to Write Argumentative Texts at Primary School / Milagros Garate & Angeles Melero -- Teaching Writing : Teaching Oral Presentation / Susanne Munch -- Writing To Learn : Constructing The Concept Of Genre In A Writing Workshop / Milly Epstein-Jannai -- Writing "In Your Own Words" : Children's Use Of Information Sources In Research Projects / Rob Oliver -- Metacognition to Learn How to Write Texts at School and to Develop Motivation to Do It / Anne-Marie Doly -- Fostering Novices' Ability To Write Informative Texts / Lieve Vanmaele & Joost Lowyck -- Adapting to the Classroom Setting : New Research on Teachers Moving Between Traditional and Computer Classrooms / Kate Kiefer & Mike Palmquist -- Assessment of Argumentative Writing / Ron Oostdam -- Digital Information Literacy : Teaching Students to Use the Internet in Source-Based Writing / Caroline M. Stern -- "Down the Plughole" : The Pitfalls of Testing the Writing of L2 Pupils / Geri Smyth -- Part 3 : Studies In Writing To Learn -- Composing a Summary / Monica Alvarado & Ana Laura de la Garza -- Enhancing Thinking Dispositions through Informal Writing : Experiences in Science Classes / Tamar Levin & Tili Wagner -- Fostering Reflective Writing by Structuring Writing-to-Learn Tasks / Gissi Sarig -- Reflective Writing & Reflective Thinking : the Implications of Introducing Reflective Practice into a Professional Doctorate Programme in Pharmacy / Peter Sayers -- Writing To Learn : Conducting A Process Log / Rachel Segev-Miller -- Learning by Writing Hypertext : a Research Based Design of University Courses in Writing Hypertext / Elmar Stahl & Rainer Bromme -- The Effect of Student Prior Experience, Attitudes, and Approaches on Performance in an Undergraduate Science Writing Program / Charlotte E. Taylor & Helen Drury -- Children's Writing Strategies : Profiles Of Writers / Anat Shapira & Rachel Hertz-Lazarowitz -- Writing-To-Learn and Graph-Drawing as Aids of the Integration of Text and Graphs / Gisella Paoletti.
Summary Effective Learning and Teaching of Writing is a handbook on research on the effective teaching and learning of writing. It is a reference for researchers and educators in the domain of written composition in education. Effective Learning and Teaching of Writing covers all age ranges and school settings and it deals with various aspects of writing and text types. Research methodology varies from experimental studies to reflective classroom practitioners research. This new volume in the series Studies in Writing brings together researchers from all kinds of disciplines involved in writing research and countries in their endeavour to improve the teaching of written composition. It is the result of co-operation of researchers all over the world and shows that in spite of the differences in educational regions over the world, research in writing shares similar problems, and tries to find answers, and generate new questions. The body of knowledge in this volume will inspire researchers and teachers to improve research and practice.
Note English.
Print version record.
ISBN 9781402027390 (electronic bk.)
1402027397 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-1-4020-2739-0
OCLC # 58749193
Additional Format Print version: Effective learning and teaching of writing. 2nd ed. New York, N.Y. : Kluwer Academic, 2005 1402027249 1402027257 (DLC) 2004054928 (OCoLC)56319829

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