The effect of modelling reports and narratives on the writing of year two children from a non-English speaking background
This paper presents data gathered from the third year of a project examining the literacy development of NESB children in their first three years at school. It focusses on the effects of modelling narratives and reports for the childrens’ development of these written genres within a process writing classroom. It suggests hat some genres can be successfully modelled.
Published online: 01 January 1986
Cambourne, B., P. Farrar, J. Hammond, R. Pretty, M. Stone, E. Vine
(1983) An examination of the effect on children’s writing of the use of different language/reading schemes. Paper presented at the 9th Australian Reading Association Conference, Launceston.
Hammond, J. and B. Beecher
(1984) Literacy development through the process approach to writing of English as a second language children – a two year study. Paper presented at 10th Australian Reading Association Conference, Melbourne.
Martin, J.R. and J. Rothery
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