List of John Benjamins publications for which Martine Braaksma plays a role.
Chapter 10. Effects of creative writing on adolescent students’ literary response. Scientific Approaches to Literature in Learning Environments, Burke, Michael, Olivia Fialho and Sonia Zyngier (eds.), pp. 193–2122016.
This chapter examines whether creative writing prior to reading influences students’ reading process and appreciation of short stories. Participants were 53 fifteen year old students, assigned to two conditions. In the writing condition students composed their own stories, and then read the… read more | Article
Flexibility in reading literature: Differences between good and poor adolescent readers. Scientific Study of Literature 2:1, pp. 83–1072012.
Previous research has shown that adolescent readers differ in their ‘online’ processing of literary texts. Differences were found in the extent to which these readers performed certain (meta)cognitive and affective activities while reading literary texts. However, readers might also differ in… read more | Article
Argumentatieve Teksten Leren Schrijven en Lezen Door Observeren: Welke instructiekenmerken leiden tot procesgeoriënteerde observaties?. Toegepaste Taalwetenschap in Artikelen 59, pp. 99–1081998.
Couzijn (Couzijn, 1995; Couzijn & Rijlaarsdam 1996) showed that learning to write and read argumentative texts is facilitated by observation tasks. Compared with executing the exercises themselves, observing others executing the tasks proved to be more beneficial in learning and transfer. In this… read more | Article