Leading Middle-Grade Students from Reading to Writing: Conceptual and Practical Aspects
by Robert C. Calfee - 1998
The teacher's role is to provide further information and analysis, typically through lectures, and to promulgate assignments. Students are expected to work independently on complex tasks. What happens in the middle? I address this question in this chapter, not because an enormous amount of research is available (it is not), but because the question is important for theory and practice, and because tools developed for other purposes bear on the issues.
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