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Graham (education, Arizona State U.) et al. bring together education and psychology specialists from the US and Canada for 17 chapters presenting evidence-based practices for educators to use to help K-12 students develop their writing skills. Chapters cover topics like evaluation and revision, sentence construction, spelling and handwriting, promoting motivation, and assessment for instruction. This edition has been revised and expanded to address the Common Core State Standards; incorporates new research and instructional procedures; and adds chapters on designing a writing program, teaching argumentative and informative writing, using writing as a tool for supporting learning in the academic disciplines, writing for college and the workplace, and writing about texts. The chapter on technology has been revised, and new authors contribute chapters on planning for writing and teaching to English learners and students with special needs within a response-to-intervention framework. Annotation ©2013 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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