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In Study 1, instruction was used with students in Grades 4 and 6 to investigate effects of availability of explicit versus implicit knowledge of discourse structure. Providing labels for the structural components of opinion essays permitted the expression of implicit knowledge, but instruction...
The hypothesis was tested that older chidren, fifth/sixth graders versus third graders, who are more accurate in word problem solution, would show evidence of problem differentiation consistent with schema theories of problem representation and solution. A mathematics word problem sorting task...
The knowledge required to solve algebra manipulation problems and procedures designed to hasten knowledge acquisition were studied in a series of five experiments. It was hypothesized that, as occurs in other domains, algebra problem-solving skill requires a large number of schemas and that...
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