Author: Dave Marks
Publisher: Natl Writing Inst
Keywords: writing, ser, strands, evaluating
Number of Pages: 106
Published: 2001-08-01
List price: $20.00
ISBN-10: 1888344059
ISBN-13: 9781888344059

A book to assist parents in evaluating their children s writing, along with suggestions for improving it. An important thing to keep in mind is that children want to learn and want to please their parents. As a teacher, what a great position you re in. Find something absolutely wonderful about what has been written and ask your child to read that aloud. Then ask your child to read it to you. Then ask your husband or wife to read it. And then ask your child to read it to you both because you both think it s so beautiful. Now your child will feel good about what s been written. At this point, ra

Author: HIDI S
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Keywords: writing, studies, motivation, volume
Number of Pages: 348
Published: 2006-12-11
List price: $147.95
ISBN-10: 0080453252
ISBN-13: 9780080453255

The aim of this volume is to bring together contributions from international research on writing and motivation. It not only addresses the basic question of how motivation to write can be fostered, but also provides analyses of conceptual and theoretical issues at the intersection of the topics of motivation and writing. What emerges from the various chapters is that the motivational aspects of writing represent a rich, productive and partially still unexplored research field. This volume is a step in the direction of a more systematic analysis of the problems as well as an effort to present a

Author: Graeme Harper
Publisher: Multilingual Matters
Keywords: writing, viewpoints, new, creative
Number of Pages: 152
Published: 2010-04-15
List price: $34.95
ISBN-10: 1847692567
ISBN-13: 9781847692566

What is Creative Writing? Millions of people do it, but how do we do it, really? What evidence of its undertaking does Creative Writing produce? How do we explore Creative Writing, as both art form and mode of communication, and how to we come to understand it? On Creative Writing considers what lies at the core of the very human creative activity called Creative Writing.

Author: Jennifer Berne
Publisher: The Guilford Press
Keywords: writing, students, workshop, engaging, classroom, rich, school
Number of Pages: 166
Published: 2008-11-17
List price: $45.00
ISBN-10: 1606230247
ISBN-13: 9781606230244

This unique resource gives teachers everything they need to set up and manage a successful writing workshop in a high school classroom. By creating a classroom centered on writing, the workshop approach helps students develop skills and strategies for mastering numerous writing tasks and genres. After introducing the workshop’s fundamental principles and methods, the book explains how to guide students through the entire writing process, from planning and drafting to revising, giving and receiving feedback, editing, and publishing their work. Guidelines for valid, reliable assessment and

Authors:Kristine Brown, Susan Hood,
Publisher: Cambridge University Pre
Keywords: writing, english, students, skills, matters, strategies
Number of Pages: 156
Published: 1989-03-31
List price: $23.00
ISBN-10: 0521348951
ISBN-13: 9780521348959

This writing course for low intermediate and intermediate learners of English provides real-life models of everyday writing. Writing Matters emphasizes that writing is a process and also that the demands of writing vary depending on the reader, the purpose, the content, and the writing situation. Part 1 deals with basic procedures, such as preparing, drafting and revising texts. Part 2 presents different writing contexts ranging from the functional (postcards, letters of application, etc.) to more creative, personal writing.Book DescriptionWriting skills and strategies for students of English.

Author: John Van Maane
Publisher: University Of Chicago Pre
Keywords: writing, editing, publishing, guides, ethnography, field, tales, chicago
Number of Pages: 190
Published: 1988-05-15
List price: $10.00
ISBN-10: 0226849627
ISBN-13: 9780226849621

Once upon a time ethnographers returning from the field simply sat down, shuffled their note cards, and wrote up their descriptions of the exotic and quaint customs they had observed. Today scholars in all disciplines are realizing how their research is presented is at least as important as what is presented. Questions of voice, style, and audience—the classic issues of rhetoric—have come to the forefront in academic circles.John Van Maanen, an experienced ethnographer of modern organizational structures, is one who believes that the real work begins when he returns to his office with cart

Author: Associate Professor Karen Surman Paley PhD
Publisher: Southern Illinois University Pre
Keywords: writing, person, first, practice, politics, teaching
Number of Pages: 248
Published: 2001-03-15
List price: $29.50
ISBN-10: 0809323516
ISBN-13: 9780809323517

In this ethnographic study of the teaching of writing, Karen Surman Paley reveals the social significance of first-person writing and the limitations of a popular taxonomy of composition studies. Paley looks critically at the way social constructionists have created an "Other" in the field of composition studies and named it "expressivist." Paley demonstrates the complexity of approaches to teaching writing through an ethnographic study of two composition faculty at Boston College, a program that some would say is "expressivist." She prompts her colleagues to consider how family experiences sh
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