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MS in Literacy Education
This action research paper asked the question, “How do wordless picture books help develop writing for all students?” Through the results, there were mixed findings on how wordless picture books can help students with writing. Data was collected through student writing samples, field notes based off of the student writing, and two interviews. The findings section presents writing samples and tables based off of the writing samples, as well as data from the interviews. The data showed three recurring themes during the study: wordless picture books encourage students to write, provide a writing tool for older students, and develop written language for ESL students. The results from the data indicate that wordless picture books can help develop a student’s writing process and should be used with a variety of students.
Marble, Shannon, "How Do Wordless Picture Books Help Develop Writing For All Students?" (2012). Education Masters. Paper 228.
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