What The Research Says: The 13 Most Effective Ways For Improving Children’s Writing. | literacyforpleasure

The Most Effective Practices For Teaching Writing

This article is based on the work of Graham & Perin’s (2007) research. Their meta-analysis comes from the largest collection of writing research ever pooled. It analysed all contemporary research into the teaching of writing and looked for patterning. You can find a more formal summary of their findings at the bottom of this page but this is what their analysis concluded:

1. Provide opportunities for students to experience the complete writing process:

The most important finding was the clear evidence that the explicit teaching…

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