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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Introduction vii
  • One - Writing Workshop 1
  • Two - Emergent Writing 21
  • Three - The Development of Composition 36
  • Four - Transcription 52
  • Five - Interaction 73
  • Six - Recording Language Development 88
  • Seven - The Links with Reading 104
  • Eight - Developing the Process Approach Throughout the School 118
  • Nine - The Process Approach and the National Curriculum 134
  • Ten - The Wider Picture 142
  • Appendix I - Modifications to Plr Writing Sample 152
  • Appendix II - Language Policy Contents List 154
  • Appendix III - Snapshot of Writing Workshop Pieces 157
  • References 159
  • Index 163
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