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National Center for the Study of Writing and Literacy Technical Report     May 1987

TR 03. A Good Girl Writes Like a Good Girl: Written Response and Clues to the Teaching/Learning Pro

By Sarah Warshauer Freedman, Melanie Sperling

Summary: Sperling and Freedman present a case study of a high-achieving student in a ninth-grade English class, exploring and analyzing sources of the student's misunderstanding of teacher-written response to her writing. They uncover a complexity of strategies that lie behind the misunderstanding, reflecting the information, skills, and values that teacher and student bring to the writing process. May, 1987; 18 pages.

TR 3. A Good Girl Writes Like a Good Girl: Written Response and Clues to the Teaching/Learning Process
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