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National Center for the Study of Writing and Literacy Technical Report     May 1989

TR 23. Students' Self-Analyses and Judges' Perceptions: Where Do They Agree?

By John Ackerman

Summary: This report summarizes student accounts of how they composed a first draft and then compares and contrasts how students and teachers evaluated the same essays. Students' self-analysis checklists showed a strong shift in perception for students in the experimental training condition, but a tellingly low agreement with judges' perceptions of the texts. May, 1989; 29 pages.

TR 23. Students' Self-Analyses and Judges' Perceptions: Where Do They Agree?
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