Effective Teaching and Learning of Writing

Current Trends in Research

Edited by Gert Rijlaarsdam, Huub van den Bergh, and Michel Couzijn

Effective Teaching and Learning of Writing
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Edited by Gert Rijlaarsdam, Huub van den Bergh, and Michel Couzijn

Distributed for Amsterdam University Press

388 pages | 6-1/4 x 9-1/2 | © 1996
Paper $48.50 ISBN: 9789053561980 Published June 1996 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada
Effective Teaching and Learning of Writing describes the current state of the art in research on the way in which children acquire skills in written text production and defines the features of instruction that can play a part in teaching such skills. The book discusses research by 'reflective practitioners', the use of computers in the solution of educational problems and formal research into effective approaches to the teaching of writing in primary and secondary education. In the concluding section feedback procedures and effective peer-group interaction between pupils and interaction between pupil and teacher are focused upon.

Current research on effective teaching and learning to write
-Rijlaarsdam, Gert, Michel Couzijn and Huub van den Bergh
Part 1 - The reflective teacher: Developing teaching practices
Context as text: A course for student writers in higher education
-Scott, Mary
A simple analysis of propositional and rhetorical meanings in texts – A practical heuristic for teachers
-Pincas, Anita
The writing of research texts: Genre analysis and its applications
-Rubin, Bella
Imitation as a tool in writing pedagogy
-Geist, Uwe
Writing strategies
-Munch, Susanne
Using personal diaries and working journals in reflective learning
-Harrison, Bernard T.
Part 2 - Writing in education: Computer-supported instruction
Taking advantage of technology: Using word-processing to teach writing to students of English as a second language
-Davidson, Catherine
Communicative writing for 1st-year polytechnic students of English on a foreign language
-Van Loon, Heleen & Ton Koet
Improving writing skills through Ganesh
-Andeweg, Bas A., J. C. de Jong, & R. Natadarma
Creating an international classroom through e-mail
-Kasíková, Stanislava
ESL writers on a computer bulletin board system
-Stewart, Timothy C. & Susannah C. Stidham
Adapting to the classroom setting: Research on teachers moving between traditional and computer classrooms
-Kiefer, Kate & Mike Palmquist
Introducing computers into the writing curriculum: A study of five teachers
-Snyder, Ilana
Part 3 - Effective instruction
Self-evaluation and peer group evaluation of handwriting samples
-Bruinsma, Cees & Cornelia W. Nieuwenhuis
The role of context in explanatory text production in the final year of primary school
-Jaubert, Martine
Can the ability to monitor local coherence in text comprehension be transferred to writing?
-Lumbelli, Lucia, Gisella Paoletti, Chiara Camagni & Tiziana Frausin
Learning to write by reader observation and written feedback
-Couzijn, Michel & Gert Rijlaarsdam
Learning to read and write argumentative text by observation
-Couzijn, Michel & Gert Rijlaarsdam
Metacognitive regulations, peer interactions and revisions of narratives by sixth graders
-Rouiller, Yviane
Empirical research to argumentation in written discourse
-Oostdam, Ron J.
Sequencing writing course content on the basis of test difficulty
-Schuurs, Uriël
Part 4 - Effective interaction & feedback
Ideology and purpose in teachers’ written responses to student writing
-Troen, Carol R. & Helen Katznelson
Contexts and texts of effective interaction and feedback
-Haley-James, Shirley
Using the tape recorder to respond to student writers
-Berner, Audrey, William Boswell, & Nancie Kahan
How does access to a computer network affect writing students' interaction with peers and teachers?
-Kiefer, Kate & Mike Palmquist
Contextual factors enhancing cognitive and metacognitive activity during the process of collaborative writing
-Milian Gubern, Marta
List of reviewers
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