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Facilitating Text Production in Fourth Graders: Effects of Script-Based Knowledge and Writing Prompts

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This study aimed at providing evidence that prior knowledge (semantic relatedness) and its organization (scripted versus not related) prompted either through pictures alone, pictures and associated words, words only have different impacts on several components of text produced by fourth graders. The results showed that the semantic relatedness affected three dependent measures: prompt words recalled, coherence and quality of texts. The nature of the prompts impacted on planning (number of ideas) and translating (number of propositions and length of texts) processes. Findings, instructional applications, limitations, and proposals for future research are discussed.
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Béatrice Bourdin, Michel Fayol. Facilitating Text Production in Fourth Graders: Effects of Script-Based Knowledge and Writing Prompts. Frontiers in Psychology, 2022, 13, ⟨10.3389/fpsyg.2022.821011⟩. ⟨hal-03664462⟩
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