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punctuation and statistics

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Geniel, Aug 21, 2011.

  1. I am planning some research about how I can improve the children's use of punctuation in my primary school. Is anyone aware of statistics that are available that relate to this? Also, has anyone used a method where they have statistical evidence that it has worked (opinion based on experience would also help). Finally, when looking at the strands does anyone have stats/opinions about a correlation between a dip in punctuation and anything else? Any help appreciated. Thanks
     
  2. I am planning some research about how I can improve the children's use of punctuation in my primary school. Is anyone aware of statistics that are available that relate to this? Also, has anyone used a method where they have statistical evidence that it has worked (opinion based on experience would also help). Finally, when looking at the strands does anyone have stats/opinions about a correlation between a dip in punctuation and anything else? Any help appreciated. Thanks
     

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