The Effects of Social Relationships, Writing Media, and Microgenetic Development on First-Grade Students' Written Narratives
American Educational Research Journal Volume 33, Number 3, ISSN 0002-8312
Studied effects of social relationships, writing media, and microgenetic development on written narratives with 20 first graders in a within-subjects design. Results show that narratives composed with a word processor are lexically denser and more cohesive than those written in pencil. The facilitative effects of computer-supported writing are discussed. (SLD)
Jones, I. & Pellegrini, A.D. (1996). The Effects of Social Relationships, Writing Media, and Microgenetic Development on First-Grade Students' Written Narratives. American Educational Research Journal, 33(3), 691-718.
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