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Developing an observational rubric of writing

Sinead Harmey reports on the design of the early writing observational writing rubric designed to observe and describe change over time in the writing of children emerging into conventional literacy (ages 6–7) within an instructional setting and to investigate the initial reliability and validity of the rubric.

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