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  • Effective Learning and Teaching of WritingA Handbook of Writing in Education

    Second Edition

    edited by

    Gert RijlaarsdamUniversity of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    Utrecht University, The Netherlands

    Huub van den BerghUtrecht University, The Netherlands

    Michel CouzijnUniversity of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    KLUWER ACADEMIC PUBLISHERS

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    EFFECTIVE LEARNING AND TEACHING OF WRITING: STUDENTINVOLVEMENT IN THE TEACHING OF WRITINGGert Rijlaarsdam & Huub van den Bergh

    PART ONE: STUDIES IN LEARNING TO WRITE

    EMERGENT WRITING IN KINDERGARTEN AND THE EMERGENCE 17OF THE ALPHABETIC PRINCIPLEMadelon Saada-Robert, Kristine Balslev, & Katja Mazurczak

    LOOKING AT READING AND WRITING THROUGH LANGUAGE 31Maria da Graga L. C. Pinto

    REWRITING TO INTRODUCE PUNCTUATION IN THE SECOND 47GRADE: A DIDACTIC APPROACHSofia Vernon, Monica Alvarado, & Paula Zermeno

    CONTEXTUAL FACTORS ENHANCING COGNITIVE AND 59METACOGNITIVE ACTIVITY DURING THE PROCESS OFCOLLABORATIVE WRITINGMarta Milian Gubern

    METACOGNITIVE REGULATIONS, PEER INTERACTIONS AND 77REVISION OF NARRATIVES BY SIXTH GRADERSYviane Rouiller

    THE DIRECTIVITY OF TEACHER STRATEGIES IN COLLABORATIVE 91WRITING TASKSChristina Diez, Juan Jose Anula, Fernando Lara, & Pilar Pardo

    MAKING DIGITAL ANNOTATIONS USING THE WORLD WIDE WEB 105Henrry Rodriguez & Sandra Brunsberg

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    POPULAR CULTURE: 121A RESOURCE FOR WRITING IN SECONDARY ENGLISHCLASSROOMSDouglas McClenaghan & Brenton Doecke

    THE GARDEN OF THOUGHT - ABOUT WRITING POEMS IN UPPER 131SECONDARY SCHOOLPer-Olof Erixon

    USING A STRUCTURED WRITING WORKSHOP TO HELP GOOD 141READERS WHO ARE POOR WRITERSRonald L. Honeycutt & Rule Jane Pritchard

    DEAF WAYS OF WRITING NARRATIVES: 151A BILINGUAL APPROACHMaria Koutsoubou

    STYLISTIC IMITATION AS A TOOL IN WRITING PEDAGOGY 169Uwe Geist

    IMPROVING ARGUMENTATIVE WRITING BY FOSTERING 181ARGUMENTATIVE SPEECHSergio Crasnich & Lucia Lumbelli

    MONITORING LOCAL COHERENCE THROUGH BRIDGING 197INTEGRATIONLucia Lumbelli & Gisella Paoletti

    LEARNING TO WRITE INSTRUCTIVE TEXTS BY READER 209OBSERVATION AND WRITTEN FEEDBACKMichel Couzijn & Gert Rijlaarsdam

    LEARNING TO READ AND WRITE ARGUMENTATIVE TEXT BY 241OBSERVATION OF PEER LEARNERSMichel Couzijn & Gert Rijlaarsdam

    THE UPTAKE OF PEER-BASED INTERVENTION IN THE WRITING 259CLASSROOMEva Lindgren

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    PART TWO: STUDIES IN HOW TO TEACH WRITING

    TEACHING WRITING: USING RESEARCH TO INFORM PRACTICE 275Roger Beard

    IMPACT OF REGULAR PHILOSOPHICAL DISCUSSION ON 291ARGUMENTATIVE SKILLS:REFLECTION ABOUT EDUCATION IN PRIMARY SCHOOLSEmmanuele Auriac-Peyronnet & Marie-France Daniel

    ACTION RESEARCH. 305A STUDY ON USING AN INTEGRATIVE-NARRATIVE METHOD TOTEACH L2 WRITING IN A HONG KONG PRIMARY SCHOOLAnita Y. K. Poon

    TEACHING HOW TO WRITE ARGUMENTATIVE TEXTS AT PRIMARY 323SCHOOLMilagros Gdrate & Angeles Melero

    TEACHING WRITING - TEACHING ORAL PRESENTATION 339Susanne Munch

    WRITING TO LEARN: 349CONSTRUCTING THE CONCEPT'OF GENRE IN A WRITINGWORKSHOPMilly Epstein-Jannai

    WRITING "IN YOUR OWN WORDS": 367CHILDREN'S USE OF INFORMATION SOURCES IN RESEARCHPROJECTSRob Oliver

    METACOGNITION TO LEARN HOW TO WRITE TEXTS AT SCHOOL 381AND TO DEVELOP MOTIVATION TO DO ITAnne-Marie Doly

    FOSTERING NOVICES' ABILITY TO WRITE INFORMATIVE TEXTS 393Lieve Vanmaele & Joost Lowyck

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    ADAPTING TO THE CLASSROOM SETTING: 417NEW RESEARCH ON TEACHERS MOVING BETWEEN TRADITIONALAND COMPUTER CLASSROOMSKate Kiefer & Mike Palmquist

    ASSESSMENT OF ARGUMENTATIVE WRITING 427Ron Oostdam

    DIGITAL INFORMATION LITERACY: 443TEACHING STUDENTS TO USE THE INTERNET IN SOURCE-BASEDWRITINGCaroline M. Stern

    "DOWN THE PLUGHOLE": 455THE PITFALLS OF TESTING THE WRITING OF L2 PUPILSGeri Smyth

  • PART 3: STUDIES IN WRITING TO LEARN

    COMPOSING A SUMMARY 469Monica Alvarado & Ana Laura de la Garza

    ENHANCING THINKING DISPOSITIONS THROUGH INFORMAL 481WRITING:EXPERIENCES IN SCIENCE CLASSESTamar Levin & Till Wagner

    FOSTERING REFLECTIVE WRITING BY STRUCTURING WRITING- 499TO-LEARN TASKSGissi Sarig

    REFLECTIVE WRITING & REFLECTIVE THINKING: 519THE IMPLICATIONS OF INTRODUCING REFLECTIVE PRACTICEINTO A PROFESSIONAL DOCTORATE PROGRAMME IN PHARMACYPeter Sayers

    WRITING TO LEARN: 533CONDUCTING A PROCESS LOGRachel Segev-Miller

    LEARNING BY WRITING HYPERTEXT: 547A RESEARCH BASED DESIGN OF UNIVERSITY COURSES INWRITING HYPERTEXTElmar Stahl & Rainer Bromme

    THE EFFECT OF STUDENT PRIOR EXPERIENCE, ATTITUDES, AND 561APPROACHES ON PERFORMANCE IN AN UNDERGRADUATESCIENCE WRITING PROGRAMCharlotte E. Taylor & Helen Drury

    CHILDREN'S WRITING STRATEGIES: 574PROFILES OF WRITERSAnat Shapira & Rachel Hertz-Lazarowitz

    WRITING-TO-LEARN AND GRAPH-DRAWING AS AIDS OF THE 587INTEGRATION OF TEXT AND GRAPHSGisella Paoletti

  • REFERENCES 599

    AUTHOR INDEX 645

    SUBJECT INDEX 655

    LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS 667