Writing With Reason: The Emergence of Authorship in Young Children

Writing With Reason: The Emergence of Authorship in Young Children

Paperback | English
ISBN13: 9780340495391
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This book considers whether young children can be considered as authors. Each chapter suggests ways of observing and reflecting upon how children between the ages of three and seven, given freedom and encouragement, can function as authors. It presents case studies of different aspects of children's authorship from letter-writing to rule making and includes 109 examples of children's work. It aims to show how the intellectual processes which contribute to the development of a text are just as important as the final text. The author has also written "The Emergence of Literacy" and "The Literate Classroom".

Type Book
Number Of Pages 154
Item Height 247 mm
Item Width 10 mm
Item Weight 357 Gram
Product Dimensions 10 x 247 x 190
Publisher Hodder Education
Format Paperback | 154