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The idea that working with student writing defines what happens in composition classrooms may seem so axiomatic that it’s hardly worth mentioning. But this is why Teaching with Student Texts is so valuable. It turns out, as the various contributors show, there is quite a bit to say about working with student writing—to give examples of how to do it, certainly, but as a way to explore what it means to value student writing as an intellectual practice and intellectual resource. This thoughtful attention to teaching with student texts is the book’s platform, and, to my mind, its inquiries set a new standard of informed practice.
John Trimbur, Emerson College; author of The Call to Write