Thomas Newkirk explores the diversity of writing done by young children, and by focusing on the work of one child between ages four and seven he illustrates how children competently use the basic structures of argument and explanation.
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Table of Contents
The Hedgehog or the Fox: The Dilemma of Writing Development. Repertoire
Draw Me a Word - Write Me a Picture
Cataloging the World's Contents
"Me Personaly Am A Feminist": A Child's Letters. In the Classroom
Questions, Comments, and Stories
One Teacher, One Classroom: A Conversation with Kathy Matthews. Process and Experience
Roots of the Writing Process.
Epilogue: By Sawlor's Lake.