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(p. 84) Peer-Mediated Writing Interventions 

(p. 84) Peer-Mediated Writing Interventions
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(p. 84) Peer-Mediated Writing Interventions
Author(s):

Christine K. Malecki

, and Samantha Coyle

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190068714.003.0008
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date: 14 April 2021

A variety of writing interventions task peers with assisting students with planning and revising written text, including providing feedback on other students’ writing. This chapter discusses the use of peers as change agents within writing interventions. In particular, we identify the many areas of writing that students can be enlisted to support their peers’ writing skill development. Considerations regarding the use of peers in improving other students’ writing are discussed, and sample materials are included. We also discuss considerations related to diversity and equity within the realm of peer-mediated writing interventions.

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