Error analysis: Assessing developmental writing

Doyle, Mary Carol; Fueger, Kathlyn M.
March 1995
Journal of Developmental Education;Spring95, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p22
Academic Journal
Investigates how effectively a grammar/lab class helps students in their composition class eliminate specific errors and increase sentence maturity. Theoretical background; Analysis of pre- and post-writing samples; Improved writing abilities among students who took grammar/lab classes.


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