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20 black & white illustrations, 1 black & white tables
Table Of Contents
List of illustrations Acknowledgments Introduction: Multiple voices 1. Laying the foundations for teaching writing Part1: Children as writers 2. The role of talk 3. The role of texts 4. Writing as design 5. Agency, autonomy and choice 6. The role of metacognition Part 2: Teachers as Writers 7. Writing teachers: teachers who write and writers who teach 8. Teachers' insights from inside the process Part 3: Professional Writers 9. Professional writers: working in schools 10. Professional writers: working in the workplace Conclusion: Synthesising voices References Index
Teresa Cremin (Grainger) is Professor of Education at the Open University, UK. Debra Myhill is Professor of Education at the University of Exeter, UK.