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MS in Literacy Education
This study was focused on personal narrative writing instruction in the elementary grades. The purpose of this study was to determine the skills that students acquire during personal narrative writing instruction. The study was conducted in a rural fifth grade classroom and included six students of varying ability levels as well as the classroom teacher. samples. Data was collected through classroom observation, interviews, and student work The results of this study suggested that personal narrative writing instruction teaches students how to effectively organize a writing piece, include proper mechanics, vary word choice, and how to edit and revise. Educators need to be aware that a variety of teaching strategies should be used to successfully teach these skills to students.
Martin, Samantha J., "Skills Acquired Through Personal Narrative Writing Instruction" (2010). Education Masters. Paper 8.
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