FEATURES OF TEACHING NARRATIVE WRITING TO EFL LEARNERS
Although students’ literacy knowledge and ability are at the core of education, too often the way knowledge and ability develop and change is overlooked. It is, of course, important to understand the knowledge, structures
and strategies that are called on during literacy activities; however, it is at least as important to know how knowledge shifts and grows over time. This applies to both learners of own mother tongue and learners of English as a foreign language.
Keywords: narrative writing; evaluation; teacher’s role; communicative potential.
Attard K., The role of narrative writing in improving professional
practice?, Educational Action Research Volume 20, Issue 1, 2012 Special Issue: Narrative Inquiry and Action Research.
O’Malley J.M., Valdez Pierce L., Authentic Assessment for English
Language Learners – Practical Approach for Teachers, Longman, 1996.
Rolheiser C., Bower B., Stevahn L., The Portfolio Organizer; Succeeding With Portfolios in your Classroom, Association for Supervision and Curriculum
Development, Alexandria , Virginia USA, 2000.
Fiderer A., 40 Rubrics and Checklists to Assess Reading and Writing,
Scholastic Professional Books.
Jasmine J., Portfolios and Other Assessments, Teacher Created
Materials, Inc., 1993.
Farr R. C., Portfolio Assessment, teacher’s guide, Steck-Vaughn
The published articles are subject to copyright law. All rights are reserved to the “Carol I” National Defense University, regardless of whether all or part of the material are considered, especially the rights to translation, reprinting, re-use of illustrations, quotations, broadcasting through the media, reproduction on microfilms or any other way and storage in data banks. Any replicas without the associated fees are authorized provided the source is acknowledged.