This essay describes and discusses the sources, subjects, farms, and f eatures of a seven-year-old's writing. It offers parents and teachers suggestions for promoting literacy.
David Sudol is an Assistant Professor of English at Grand Valley State University. He teaches courses in composition and English education, and has a special interest in emergent literacy.
"Jacob's Writing: Sources, Subjects, Forms, Features,"
Michigan Reading Journal: Vol. 28:
4, Article 11.
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