Along the Write Lines: a case study exploring activities to enable creative writing in a secondary English classroom
AuthorsWood, Audrey B.
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AbstractThis article arises from a four week study of a class of 14-15 year old students. The study explored students’ perception of themselves as writers and the effects of a variety of teaching and learning strategies on their creative writing responses. The aim of the project was to enhance the students’ creative writing, whilst ascertaining whether there were particular activities or types of writing that would lead to students perceiving more satisfactory outcomes in their writing. It answers the research question: What do I observe, and what do my students say, about the experience of different classroom based creative writing tasks?
CitationWood AB (2016) 'Along the Write Lines: a case study exploring activities to enable creative writing in a secondary English classroom', English in Education, 50 (2), pp.130-147.
PublisherTaylor & Francis
JournalEnglish in Education
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