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Kid Writing versus traditional writing instruction: Impact on the literacy development and perceptions of writing of kindergarten students

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An experimental study of the effect of the Kid Writing instruction method, a daily journal writing program, on literacy development and perception of writing among kindergarten students, based on an analysis of literacy assessment scores, writing samples, and student interviews from a class of 22 program participants and a comparison class of 21 students taught using a traditional form of writing instruction
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United States
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South Carolina

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