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Colognesi, S., & Niwese, M. (2020). Do effective practices for teaching writing change students' relationship to writing? Exploratory study with students aged 10-12 years L1-Educational Studies in Language and Literature, 20, 1-25. https://doi.org/10.17239/L1ESLL-2020.20.01.05

The present research aims to highlight the impact of effective writing instruction on 1) the progress that students can make in their written products and 2) the relationship that students have with writing. It is not yet known what influence such instruction can have on primary school students’ relationship with writing, particularly the emotional, conceptual and axiological dimensions of this relationship. Writing instruction that includes known effective practices was contrasted with a teacher’s usual practices. Two classes of 10- to 12-year-old students (a total of 40 students) were given instruction aimed at supporting their production of the same kind of text, but based on either usual practices or known effective practic-es. The results show that writing instruction that implements effective practices leads to greater progress by students than a teacher's usual practices. In addition, students who experienced the system combining effective principles for teaching writing reported an improvement in their relationship with writing.

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Authors
Colognesi, Stéphane http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5763-5873
Niwese, Maurice
Publication date 2020-03-22
DOI 10.17239/L1ESLL-2020.20.01.05
Subject relationship with writing
Keywords
effective practices
elementary school
intervention
relationship with writing
Writing instruction
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