Observation of peers in learning to write. Practise and research.
Keywords:communities of learners, inquiry, observational learning, strategy learning
AbstractIn this paper we discuss the role of observation in learning to write. We argue that the acquisition of skill in such a complex domain as writing relies on observation, the classical imitatio. An important phase in learning to write, at all ages, is learning to write by observing and evaluating relevant processes: writing processes, reading processes or communication processes between writers and readers.
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Copyright (c) 2008 Gert Rijlaarsdam, Martine Braaksma, Michel Couzijn, Tanja Janssen, Mariet Raedts, Elke Van Steendam, Anne Toorenaar, Huub van den Bergh
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