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

TR 31. Strategic Differences in Composing: Consequences for Learning Through Writing

By Ann M. Penrose

Summary: Exploring the assumption that writing is a way to learn, Penrose reports on a study of college freshman writers in which she identifies those features of the writing process that may influence learning. She discusses the relative effects of writing on different kinds of learning. May, 1989; 18 pages.

TR 31. Strategic Differences in Composing: Consequences for Learning Through Writing
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