School-Age Children's Self-Assessment of Oral Narrative Production

@inproceedings{Kaderavek2004SchoolAgeCS,
  title={School-Age Children's Self-Assessment of Oral Narrative Production},
  author={Joan N. Kaderavek and Ronald Gillam and Teresa A. Ukrainetz and Laura M. Justice and Sarita N. Eisenberg},
  year={2004}
}
This study examined aspects of self-assessment, a metacognitive ability, and oral narrative production in 401 children between 5 and 12 years of age. Oral narrative production was evaluated through the administration of the Test of Narrative Language (TNL). Self-assessment of narrative performance was determined by asking children to self-evaluate their ability to “tell a good story” by pointing to one of five pictures from a “very happy face” (rating of 5) to a “very sad face” (rating of 1… CONTINUE READING

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