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THE"DONALD GRAVES" INFLUENCE ON CHILDREN'S WRITING

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JOIN HEINEMANN AUTHORS PENNY KITTLE AND TOM NEWKIRK ON THE IMPORTANCE OF CHILDREN'S WRITING AND THE STRONG INFLUENCE OF DON GRAVES.

 

Donald H. Graves was involved in writing research for decades. His booksWriting: Teachers & Children at Work (Heinemann, 1983) and A Fresh Look at Writing (Heinemann, 1994) are bestsellers throughout the English-speaking world and have revolutionized the way writing is taught in schools.

Don was a teacher, school principal, and language supervisor, education director, and a director of language in bilingual, ESL, and special programs. He has also been a codirector of an undergraduate urban teacher preparation program and a professor of an early childhood program. He was Professor Emeritus at the University of New Hampshire.

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