My analysis suggests that there were gendered literacy interests in the class and that most students felt more free, more motivated to write, and performed at higher levels when experimenting with genres of interest.Similar to Hunter, Mark fell back down to the bottom tier during the poetry unit. Despite the fact that the poetry unit was at the end of the year, both Huntera#39;s and Marka#39;s rubric scores were higher during the fiction ... The acrostic poem he startedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Finding Freedom as a Writer: Genre, Gender and Identity in a First Grade Writer's Workshop|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|