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Improving Students' Writing with Microcomputers

Language Arts Volume 59, Number 7,


Discusses how microcomputers can stimulate invention in composition, through electronic mail, text analysis, and word processing programs. Describes two exploratory studies designed to examine the feasibility of using a word processor for language experience and sentence-combining activities in the elementary school classroom. (HTH)


Bradley, V.N. (1982). Improving Students' Writing with Microcomputers. Language Arts, 59(7), 732. Retrieved June 27, 2019 from .

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