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Volume :6 Issue : 21 1986      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Temporality And The Process Of Written Composition

Auther : Madeline Haggan

After a discussion of the need for objective research on the process of written composition, an experiment is described which investigates their process by means of a technique simple enough to be applied in the classroom. Writers were timed under two conditions: writing graphemes where no thought was re-queried, and writing a short composition. Results indicated that two composing styles could be discerned: one which was relatively fluent and did not require much thought time over mere writing time, and the other which was significantly slower, requiring comparatively greater thought time. No direct relationship was found between these composing styles and the quality of text produced, as assessed by competent. Independent judges. Implications of these findings for teaching are discussed, and suggestions offered for further research.

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