Some current issues in first language writing development
) The teaching of English in elementary schools in New South Wales 1848-1900: an enquiry into social conditions and pedagogical theories determining the teaching of English
. Unpub. M.Ed, thesis, University of Sydney.
) The ‘received tradition’ of English language study in schools: the decline of rhetoric and the corruption of grammar
. Unpub. M.A. thesis, University of Sydney.
) A First Year of Writing
. Deakin University.
) In R.D. Walshe
, Children Want to Write: Donald Graves in Australia
, Primary English Teachers Association: New South Wales.
) Writing: Teachers and Children at Work
. Heinemann, New Hampshire.
) Developing a Language Program for Aboriginal Children in Urban Schools: the Traeger Park Project
, a paper presented to the Seventh Annual Congress of the Applied Linguistics Association of Australia, Perth 21-26 November, 1982.
) Language as a Social Semiotic: the Social Interpretation of Language and Meaning
. Arnold, London.
) In M.A.K. Halliday
and Ruqaiya Hasan
, Text and Context: Aspects of Language in a Social-Semiotlc Perspective
, Graduate School of Languages and Linguistics, Sophia University: Japan.
forthcoming) In M.A.K. Halliday
and Ruqaiya Hasan
, Language Context and Text: a Social Semiotic Perspective
, Deakin University Press, Geelong.
Mackay, D., B. Thompson, and P. Schaub
) Breakthrough to Literacy
. Longmans for the Schools Council, London.
) Language register and genre
, In Course Reader B.Ed. course in Children Writing
. Deakin University Press, Geelong.
Martin, J.R. and Joan Rothery
; 1981) Writing Project Reports Numbers 1 and 2, Working Papers in Linguistics
, University of Sydney.
) The English Spoken by Aboriginal Entrants to Traeger Park School, Occasional Paper Number 11
, Curriculum Development Centre: Canberra.
Cited by 3 other publications
. An Aboriginal Child Learning to Write
. The Aboriginal Child at School
pp. 16 ff.
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