Books

Understanding and supporting young writers from birth to 8
Mackenzie, N.M., & Scull, J.A. (Eds)

CHAPTERS AUTHORED OR CO-AUTHORED

Chapter 1. Mackenzie, N.M., & Scull, J.A. (2018). Introduction to Understanding and Supporting Young Writers from Birth to 8. In N.M. Mackenzie & J.A. Scull (Eds), Understanding and supporting young writers from birth to 8 (pp 1-8). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge

Chapter 2. Mackenzie, N.M. (2018). The drawing and writing journey: progressions in children’s learning. In N.M. Mackenzie & J.A. Scull (Eds), Understanding and supporting young writers from birth to 8 (pp 9-29). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Chapter 3. Mackenzie, N.M. (2018). Transitions and learning to write. In N.M. Mackenzie & J.A. Scull (Eds), Understanding and supporting young writers from birth to 8 (pp.71-88). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Chapter 4. Nicolazzo, M., & Mackenzie, N.M. (2018). Teaching writing strategies. In N.M. Mackenzie & J.A. Scull (Eds), Understanding and supporting young writers from birth to 8. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Chapter 5. Scull, J.A., & Mackenzie, N.M. (2018). Developing authorial skills: text construction, sentence construction and vocabulary development. In N.M. Mackenzie & J.A. Scull (Eds), Understanding and supporting young writers from birth to 8. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Chapter 6. Mackenzie, N.M., & Spokes, R. (2018). Handwriting, keyboarding or both? In N.M. Mackenzie & J.A. Scull (Eds), Understanding and supporting young writers from birth to 8. Oxfordshire: Routledge, UK.


Teaching writing: Effective approaches for the middle years.
Daffern, T. & Mackenzie, N.M. (Eds)

Daffern, T. & Mackenzie, N.M. (Eds) (2020), Teaching writing: Effective approaches for the middle years. Crows Nest: Allen & Unwin Academic. ISBN: 9781760528928 (https://www.allenandunwin.com/browse/books/academic-professional/education/Teaching-Writing-Edited-by-Tessa-Daffern-and-Noella-M-Mackenzie-9781760528928)

CHAPTERS AUTHORED OR CO-AUTHORED

Chapter 7. Mackenzie, N.M. & Daffern, T.(2020) Introduction to teaching writing: Effective approaches for the middle years. In T Daffern & N M Mackenzie (Eds), Teaching writing: Effective approaches for the middle years, Allen & Unwin: Crows Nest, AU.

Chapter 8. Daffern, T.& Mackenzie, N.M. (2020) Theoretical perspectives and strategies for teaching and learning writing. In T Daffern & N M Mackenzie (Eds), Teaching writing: Effective approaches for the middle years, Allen & Unwin: Crows Nest, AU.

Chapter 9. Mackenzie, N.M. & Daffern, T.(2020) Supporting meaning-making through vocabulary. In T Daffern & N M Mackenzie (Eds), Teaching writing: Effective approaches for the middle years, Allen & Unwin: Crows Nest, AU.

Chapter 10. Mackenzie, N.M. & Spokes, R(2020) Supporting meaning-making through handwriting and keyboarding. In T Daffern & N M Mackenzie (Eds), Teaching writing: Effective approaches for the middle years, Allen & Unwin: Crows Nest, AU.

Book chapters by topic

The teaching and learning of writing

Mackenzie, N.M. (2020). Writing in the early years. In A. Woods & B. Exley (Eds), Literacies in Early Childhood: Foundations for equity and quality (pp.179-192). Melbourne, Vic:Oxford University Press. (https://www.oup.com.au/books/higher-education/education/9780190305147-literacies-in-early-childhood)

Mackenzie, N.M. (2019). Learning to ‘look at’ and ‘write’ the letters of the alphabet. In L. Beveridge, R. Cox, & S. Feez (Eds.), The alphabetic principle and beyond: a survey of the landscape (pp. 150-165). Newtown: Primary English Teaching Association (PETAA). (https://www.petaa.edu.au/imis_prod/w/Store/Item_Detail.aspx?iProductCode=PET119&Category=BOOK)

Educational Publishing Awards Australia 2019: WINNER for the Primary: Reference Resource category

  • Mackenzie, N.M. (2016). Becoming a Writer. In J. Scull & B. Raban, (Eds), Growing up literate: Australian early literacy research, (pp. 177-194). South Yarra, Vic: Eleanor Curtain Pub
  • Mackenzie, N.M. (2016). Becoming a Writer. In J. Scull & B. Raban, (Eds), Growing up literate: Australian early literacy research, (pp. 177-194). South Yarra, Vic: Eleanor Curtain Pub.
  • Mackenzie, N.M. & Scull, J.A. (2015). Literacy: Writing.In S. McLeod & J. McCormack (Eds), Introduction to speech, language and literacy, (pp. 398-445). Melbourne, Vic: Oxford
  • Mackenzie, N.M. (2014). Transitions to school and emergent writers. In B. Perry, S. Dockett & A. Petriwskyj (Eds), Transitions to school: International research, policy and practice, (pp. 89-102). London: Springer.
  • Mackenzie, N.M. (2010). Motivating young writers. In J. Fletcher, F. Parkhill & G. Gillon (Eds), Motivating literacy learners in today’s world, (pp. 23-32). Auckland: New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER).
  • Green, W., Pennell, B., & Mackenzie, N. (2007). Literacy, Adolescence and Schooling: A literacy Challenge for the Middle Years. In S. Knipe (Ed), Teaching Middle Schools: Reframing Adolescence. Frenchs Forest, NSW:Pearson.

Research methods

  • Mackenzie, N.M. (2017). Researching the learning and teaching of writing: A retrospective analysis of paradigms employed. In L. Ling & P. Ling (Eds), Methods and Paradigms in Education Research, (pp. 246-262). Hershey, Pennsylvania: IGI Global.
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