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How Children Learn to Write
"A 'must read' book" The Reading Teacher;   Nov. 1999
BY JOHN W. A. SMITH, DUNEDIN COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION  AND WARWICK B. ELLEY,
EMERITUS PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY OF
CANTERBURY


1997 pb  160 pages  
Item#524
ISBN 1-57274-221-6 
  $19.95
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HOW CHILDREN LEARN TO WRITE describes how children acquire the vital skill of writing. It explains why writing is taught the way it is, describes the research, and offers insights for inservice and preservice teachers in grades
K-6 and parents. More Details


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Author Bios:

John Smith is a Principal Lecturer at Dunedin College of Education. His classroom experience in New Zealand, Canada, and the United Kingdom is extensive, and he has been involved in teacher education for twenty-five years, teaching and researching in a variety of curriculum areas including writing, reading, and outdoor education. 

Warwick Elley is emeritus Professor of Education, formerly at the University of Canterbury. His research and contributions to curriculum development won him the International Reading Associationís International Citation of Merit in 1991. He is the author or co-author of ten other books, and his time is now divided between writing and a busy round of international consultancy work.

 
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How Children Learn to Read
"A 'must read' book" The Reading Teacher; Nov. 1999