Design Principles for Teaching Effective Writing: Theoretical and Empirical Grounded Principles
Raquel Fidalgo Redondo, Karen Harris, Martine Braaksma
BRILL, 20 nov 2017 - 336 pagina's
This volume presents effective instructional programs focused on two perspectives on writing: the teaching and learning of writing as a skill and the use of writing as a learning activity in various school subjects or skills acquisition. It is focused on analysing micro-design features of the programs (such as learning activities, supporting materials, specific strategies, instructional techniques) but also, macro-design rules of intervention programs (such as, instructional sequence, instructional stages) based on research evidence provided for previous studies. This volume goes beyond a practical volume because it provides additional reflection and discussion about theoretical background and empirically based evidence which support the specific intervention programs described. Several chapters in this book include links to an Open Access e-book where teacher and student materials for the authors’ instructional approaches can be found (see ToC).
An Introduction Fidalgo Harris and Braaksma
A MetaAnalysis of Existing MetaAnalyses Graham and Harris
Chapter 3 Description and Analysis of StrategyFocused Instructional Models for Writing RobledoRamón and García
Chapter 4 WritingtoLearn Instruction that Works Foxworth and Mason
Design Principles in Teaching Writing
Chapter 5 Developing Writing Skills through Cognitive SelfRegulation Instruction Fidalgo and Torrance
Theoretical Bases Critical Instructional Elements and Future Research Harris and Graham
Design Principles for Writing to Learn
Chapter 8 Analysis of Effective Instructional Sequences in Upper Primary Education 1112 Years Old Students to Enhance ContentLearning through t...
Chapter 9 Analysis of Instructional Programs in Different Academic Levels for Improving SelfRegulated Learning SRL through Written Text Rosári...
Part 4 Concluding Chapters
Chapter 10 Thoughts on What Makes Strategy Instruction Work and How It Can Be Enhanced and Extended MacArthur
An Examination of Key Components Murphy Firetto Li Wei and Croninger
Interventions as Constructs Rijlaarsdam Janssen Rietdijk and van Weijen
Chapter 7 An Instructional Approach for Improving Reading and Writing to Learn Mason
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