At five years old, the author's son wrote and posted this sign over his workbench: DO NAT DSTRB GNYS AT WRK. The work from which this genius refused to be disturbed was typical of all children, namely learning how to read and write. Bissexgoes far beyond the chronicle of this accomplishment to provide the first in depth case study of a child s confrontation with written language, rich in revelations about the nature and processes of the mind.Months after he had read Battlestar Galactica and written his story, I mentioned to Paul that I had done a readability ... In Battlestar, as in most fiction, the dialogue passage scored lowest (fourth grade level) and the descriptive passage highestanbsp;...
|Title||:||Gnys at Wrk|
|Author||:||Glenda L. Bissex|
|Publisher||:||Harvard University Press - 1985-01-01|