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Learning Strategies go to College: Six Years of Learning Strategy Instruction in Composition Classes

Knight, J. (1993). Learning strategies go to college: Six years of learning strategy instruction in composition classes. Preventing School Failure, 39(1), 36-42.

Topic: Post-Secondary/Adult Education
Subcategory: Research
Summary: Outcome measures of (a) student pre-and posttests, (b) TOWL 2, (c) retention, and (d) attendance were compared using a strategic instruction writing course (Sentence Writing Strategy and Paragraph Writing Strategy) and a traditional writing course.

 

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