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50 Years of Research on Writing: What Have We Learned?

Three of the world's leading scholars in the field of writing instruction and research examine the state of knowledge in the field and its relevance to questions about teaching and learning writing at all levels of education.

You are warned this video is long on preliminaries, but it contains valuable information for all writers.

 

 

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