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by Nancy Farnan,Karin L. Dahl

eBook Children's Writing: Perspectives from Research (Literacy Studies Series) download ISBN: 0872071898
Author: Nancy Farnan,Karin L. Dahl
Publisher: Intl Literacy Assn (January 1, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 168
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Category: Educ
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Children's Writing book.

This study examined low-SES, urban children's ways of interpreting traditional skills-based literacy instruction in. .Karin L. Dahl, Nancy C. Farnan.

This study examined low-SES, urban children's ways of interpreting traditional skills-based literacy instruction in kindergarten and first grade. Thirty-five randomly selected children from thre. More).

by Karin L. Dahl and Nancy Farnan. The authors highlight representative studies, describing some investigations in detail and others in general terms with a focus on classroom application. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780872071896. Release Date:March 1998. Dahl, Nancy Farnan. ISBN 9780872071896 (978-0-87207-189-6) Softcover, Intl Literacy Assn, 1998. Rethinking Phonics: Making the Best Teaching Decisions. by Karin L. ISBN 9780325003566 (978-0-325-00356-6) Softcover, Heinemann, 2001.

The authors examine timely subjects including the writing workshop, writing across subject areas, and writing and technology.

This study explores a writing-project teacher's premises about writing and illustrates how those underlying principles drove her instruction, influenced children's work, and created a particular theory of writing in her classroom culture. PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved).

Literacy studies series. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 140-149) and indexes. All rights are reserved by their owners. Personal Name: Farnan, Nancy.

The way in which history is written has changed quite dramatically - so much so that the phrase ?the new history? is now commonly used by historians.

Karin L. Dahl; Nancy Farnan. Published by International Literacy Association. ISBN 10: 0872071898 ISBN 13: 9780872071896.

An exploration of the findings and beliefs researchers and teachers have shared about classroom practices and children's writing processes. The authors examine timely subjects including the writing workshop, writing across subject areas, and writing technology.