Changing the way you teach writing requires changing the way you understand the process of writing. The chapters in this collection bring together the perspectives of university researchers and classroom teachers so you see the explicit connection between writing theory and practice. The book covers writing development in grades K-12 and within different learning contexts to help you understand and implement excellent writing instruction suited to your particular classroom setting.
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