Translation of Thought to Written Text While Composing: Advancing Theory, Knowledge, Research Methods, Tools, and Applications

Translation of Thought to Written Text While Composing: Advancing Theory, Knowledge, Research Methods, Tools, and Applications

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ISBN-13: 9781136496707
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 05/04/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 408
File size: 5 MB

Table of Contents

Part 1. Reexamining What Translation is and Its Role in Writing. Fayol, Alamargot, Berninger, Introduction to the Volume: From Cave Writers to Elite Scribes to Professional Writers to Universal Writers: Translation is Fundamental to Writing. Hayes, Translation and its Relation to Other Writing Processes: Evidence from Language Bursts, Revision, and Transcription. Berninger, Rijlaarsdam, Fayol, Mapping Research Questions about Translation to Methods, Measures, and Models. Part 2. Individual Differences and Developmental Research Methods for Generating and Applying Theory of Translation at Different Levels of Language to Writing. Berninger, Fayol, Alamargot, Contribution of the Pattern Analyzer, Oracle, Cross-Code Talker, Cross-Code Scribe, and Silent Orthographer in Learning to Transcribe and Translate at the Word-Level. Berninger, Hayes, Twenty Children on Writing Treks: Intra-Individual and Inter-Individual Variation in Their Developing, Self-Regulated Translation and Related Processes Grades 1 to 5. Verheyden, Van den Branden, Rijlaarsdam, Van den Bergh, De Maeijer, Translation Skills and Trade-Off in Young L2-Learners’ Written Narrations. Part 3. Instructional Research with Improving Translation in Mind. Jones, Christensen, Impact of Teacher Professional Development on Understanding the Role of Handwriting during Translation of Beginning Writers: Improved Handwriting and Story Composing. Costa, Kitson, Knuth, Miller, Yerby, Anderson, Hooper, Beginning Writer’s Translational Processes during Composing: Insights from Selected Neuropsychological Findings, Self-Talk Strategies, and Evidence-Based Interventions. Puranik, Wagner, Kim, Lopez, Assessing Elementary Students’ Transcription and Text Generation during Written Translation: A Multivariate Approach. Dunn, Facilitating Children’s Translation of Ideas into Written Language through Combining Art Activities and Self-Regulated Strategy Instruction for Writing. Part 4. Experimental Methods for Studying Translation in Real Time in Adults and Children. Fayol, Lété, From Ideas to Written Text: The Contribution of On-Line Studies to Understanding Written Composition. Alamargot, Chesnut, Caporossi, Using Eye and Pen Movements to Study the Writing Process. Lambert, Alamargot, Fayol, Why Use a Copy Task to Study Spelling in Handwriting? Part 5. Reflections on Past, Present, and Future of Translation Research. Neef, Braunschweig, Translation in the Context of Theoretical Writing System Research. Torrance, Final Comments on Translation. Glossary.

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