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Points of View in Children's Writing
Argues that children's points of view shape knowledge in the classroom and are central to the development of children's writing and learning. Finds points of view by referring to examples of talk and writing; explains how cultural and personal factors come into play; and proposes that points of view become an explicit aspect of instruction, especially in multicultural settings. (SR)
Contributor: Daiute, Colette
Date Published: Feb
Journal/Secondary Title: Language Arts
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Theme issue: Puzzlements, Uncertainties, and Contradictions.
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