Writing strategies interventions

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Graham, Steve, Banales, Gerardo, Ahumada, Silza, Munoz, Pamela, Alvarez, Prisila and Harris, Karen R.. (2020). Writing strategies interventions. In In Dinsmore, Daniel L., Fryer, Luke K. and Parkinson, Meghan M. (Ed.). Handbook of strategies and strategic processing pp. 141-158 Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429423635-9
AuthorsGraham, Steve, Banales, Gerardo, Ahumada, Silza, Munoz, Pamela, Alvarez, Prisila and Harris, Karen R.
EditorsDinsmore, Daniel L., Fryer, Luke K. and Parkinson, Meghan M.
Abstract

This chapter makes the case that strategic processing is an integral part of the writing process. Since writing is complex and multifaceted, these strategies are necessary to guide the writer within the context of writing communities. The role of strategies is overviewed in light of other important factors (e.g., declarative knowledge), and interventions are evaluated in terms of their effectiveness to scaffold these writing strategies. The chapter concludes with suggestions for both future research as well as practice that teachers can implement in their classrooms.

Page range141-158
Year2020
Book titleHandbook of strategies and strategic processing
PublisherRoutledge
Place of publicationNew York
Edition1st
ISBN9780429423635
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429423635-9
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Deposited30 Sep 2021
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