|aHandbook of writing research /|cedited by Charles A. MacArthur, Steve Graham, and Jill Fitzgerald.
|aNew York :|bGuilford Press,|cc2006.
|axi, 468 p. :|bill. ;|c26 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
|gIntroduction /|rCharles A. MacArthur ... [et al.] --|gPART I. THEORIES AND MODELS OF WRITING --|tThe social and historical context for writing research /|rMartin Nystrand --|tNew directions in writing theory /|rJohn R. Hayes --|tWriting process theory: a functional dynamic approach /|rGert Rijlaarsdam, Huub van den Bergh --|tA sociocultural theory of writing /|rPaul Prior --|tThe processing demands of writing /|rMark Torrance, David Galbraith --|gPART II. WRITING DEVELOPMENT --|tThe emergence of writing /|rLiliana Tolchinsky --|tImplications of advancements in brain research and technology for writing development, writing instruction, and educational evolution /|rVirginia W. Berninger, William D. Winn --|tCognitive factors in the development of children's writing /|rDeborah McCutchen --|tChildren's understanding of genre and writing development /|rCarol A. Donovan, Laura B. Smolkin --|tMotivation and writing /|rSuzanne Hidi, Pietro Boscolo --|tSelf-efficacy beliefs and motivation in writing development /|rFrank Pajares, Gio Valiante --|tRelations among oral language, reading, and writing development /|rTimothy Shanahan --|gPART III. INSTRUCTIONAL MODELS AND APPROACHES --|tStrategy instruction and the teaching of writing: a meta-analysis /|rSteve Graham --|tTenets of sociocultural theory in writing instructional research /|rCarol Sue Englert ... [et al.] --|tResponse to writing /|rRichard Beach, Tom Friedrich --|tWriting to learn: how alternative theories of school writing account for student performance /|rGeorge E. Newell --|tThe effects of new technologies on writing and writing processes /|rCharles A. MacArthur --|t"I guess I'd better watch my English": grammars and the teaching of the English language arts /|rMichael W. Smith ... [et al.] --|tThe process approach to writing instruction: examining its effectiveness /|rRuie J. Pritchard, Ronald L. Honeycutt --|gPART IV. WRITING AND SPECIAL POPULATIONS --|tTeaching writing in culturally diverse classrooms /|rArnetha F. Ball --|tInfluence of gender on writing development /|rShelley Peterson --|tWriting instruction for students with learning disabilities /|rGary A. Troia --|tMultilingual writing in preschool through 12th grade: the last 15 years /|rJill Fitzgerald --|gPART V. METHODOLOGY AND ANALYTIC TOOLS --|tQualitative research on writing /|rKatherine Schultz --|tStatistical analysis for field experiments and longitudinal data in writing research /|rRobert D. Abbott ... [et al.] --|tText structure as a window on the cognition of writing: how text analysis provides insights in writing products and writing processes /|rTed J.M. Sanders, Joost Schilperoord --|tApplications of computers in assessment and analysis of writing /|rMark D. Shermis ... [et al.] --|tWriting assessment: a techno-history /|rBrian Huot, Michael Neal --|tWhat does reading have to tell us about writing?: preliminary questions and methodological challenges in examining the neurobiological foundations of writing and writing disabilities /|rKenneth R. Pugh ... [et al.].
|aEnglish language|xRhetoric|xStudy and teaching|xResearch|vHandbooks, manuals, etc.
|aEnglish language|xComposition and exercises|xResearch|vHandbooks, manuals, etc.
|aReport writing|xStudy and teaching|xResearch|vHandbooks, manuals, etc.
|aLanguage arts|xResearch|vHandbooks, manuals, etc.