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Introduction Charles MacArthur, Steve Graham, and Jill Fitzgerald Theories and Models of Writing 1. The Social and Historical Context for Writing Research Martin Nystrand 2. New Directions in Writing Theory John Hayes 3. Writing ProcessTheory: A Dynamic Approach Gert Rijlaarsdam and Huub van den Bergh 4. A Sociocultural Theory of Writing Paul Prior 5. The Processing Demands of Writing Mark Torrance and David Galbraith Writing Development 6. The Emergence of Writing Liliana Tolchinsky 7. Implications of Advancements in Brain Research and Technology for Writing Development, Writing Instruction, and Educational Evolution Virginia Berninger and William D. Winn 8. Cognitive Factors in the Developmental of Children's Writing Deborah McCutchen 9. Children's Understanding of Genre and Writing Development Carol Donovan and Laura Smolkin 10. Motivation and Writing Suzanne Hidi and Piero Boscolo 11. Self-Efficacy Beliefs and Motivation in Writing Development Frank Pajares and Gio Valiante 12. Relations among Oral Language, Reading, and Writing Development Timothy Shanahan Instructional Models and Approaches 13. "Strategy Instruction and the Teaching of Writing: A Meta-Analysis" Steve Graham 14. Tenets of Sociocultural Theory in Writing Instruction Research Carol Sue Englert, Troy V. Mariage, and Kailonnie Dunsmore 15. Response to Writing Richard Beach and Thomas Friedrich 16. Writing to Learn: How Alternative Theories of School Writing Account for Student Performance George Newell 17. The Effects of New Technologies on Writing and Writing Processes Charles MacArthur 18. "I Guess I'd Better Watch My English": Grammars and the Teaching of the English Language Arts Michael W. Smith, Julie Cheville, and George Hillocks 19. Process Approach to Writing Instruction: Examining Its Effectiveness Ruie J. Pritchard and Ronald L. Honeycutt Writing and Special Populations 20. Teaching Writing in Culturally Diverse Classrooms Arnetha F. Ball 21. Influence of Gender on Writing Development Shelley Peterson 22. Writing Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities Gary A. Troia 23. Multilingual Writing in Preschool through Twelfth Grade: The Last 15 Years Jill Fitzgerald Methodology and Analytic Tools 24. Qualitative Research on Writing Katherine Schultz 25. Statistical Analysis for Field Experiments and Longitudinal Data In Writing Research Robert D. Abbott, Dagmar Amtmann, and Jeff Munson 26. Text Structure as a Window on the Cognition of Writing: How Text Analysis Provides Insights in Writing Products and Writing Processes Ted J. M. Sanders and Joost Schilperoord 27. Applications of Computers in Assessment and Analysis of Writing Mark Shermis Jill Burstein and Claudia Leacock 28. Writing Assessment: A Techno-History Brian Huot and Michael Neal 29. What does Reading have to Tell us about Writing: Preliminary Questions and Methodological Challenges in Examining the Neurobiological Foundations of Writing and Writing Disabilities Kenneth R. Pugh, Stephen J. Frost, Rebecca Sandak, Margie Gillis, Dina Moore, Annette R. Jenner, and W. Einar Mencl
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching -- Research -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
English language -- Composition and exercises -- Research -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Report writing -- Study and teaching -- Research -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Language arts -- Research -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.