Date of Award
Bachelor of Education Honours
School of Education
Faculty of Community Services, Education and Social Sciences
Dr Carlisle Sheridan
This study was designed to investigate how Year Two children use drawing and writing together to produce a narrative. The participants in this study were one class from a metropolitan, co-educational, independent school. A qualitative descriptive case study approach was selected for this investigation. The researcher collected data by conducting four sessions in which the participants were given the opportunity to write and draw together to produce a narrative. The narrative written and drawn documents were then organised into categories. Each of these categories indicated the common relationships between drawing and writing evident in the children's work. The results of the study showed that drawing and writing have various relationships and have different functions in the production of narrative by children in Year Two. A discussion of these relationships and functions provides educators with an insight into the value and effectiveness of combining drawing and writing to create a narrative for children of this age group.
Joice, K. J. (1998). An Investigation Into how Year Two Children use Drawing and Writing Together to Produce a Narrative. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses_hons/789