Writing to Teach and Reading to Learn: A Perspective on the Psychology of Written Instruction
by Ernst Z. Rothkopf - 1976
The invention of writing and of printing presses and other reproduction machines has had a long and dramatic impact on human life. It was not until this century, however, that men began to think about writing as psychological or instructional technology.
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