ISBN-10:
0312676425
ISBN-13:
2900312676420
Pub. Date:
07/08/2010
Publisher:
Bedford/St. Martin's
Second-Language Writing in the Composition Classroom: A Critical Sourcebook / Edition 1

Second-Language Writing in the Composition Classroom: A Critical Sourcebook / Edition 1

by Paul Kei Matsuda
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  • Overview

    Second-Language Writing addresses key issues for instructors working with multilingual writers in first-year composition. Framed with insightful introductory material, this sourcebook provides both theoretical context and practical resources for designing courses, negotiating differences among students, and responding to and assessing second-language writing. This edition includes the 2009 update of the CCCC position statement on second language writing and writers.

    Product Details

    ISBN-13: 2900312676420
    Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin's
    Publication date: 07/08/2010
    Edition description: First Edition
    Pages: 448
    Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.60(d)

    Table of Contents

    Acknowledgments
    INTRODUCTION

    CHAPTER ONE: SITUATING SECOND-LANGUAGE WRITING WITHIN COMPOSITION STUDIES
    Introduction

    1. CCCC Statement on Second Language Writing and Writers
    College Composition and Communication

    2. Second Language Writing in the Twentieth Century: A Situated Historical Perspective
    Paul Kei Matsuda

    3. Bilingual Minorities and Language Issues in Writing: Toward Profession-Wide Responses to a
    New Challenge
    Guadalupe Valdés

    CHAPTER TWO: SECOND-LANGUAGE WRITERS: DEFINITIONS AND COMPLEXITIES
    Introduction

    4. Eye' Learners and 'Ear' Learners: Identifying the Language Needs of International Student and U.S. Resident Writers
    Joy Reid

    5. Language Identity and Language Ownership: Linguistic Conflicts of First-Year University Writing Students
    Yuet-Sim D. Chiang and Mary Schmida

    6. From the 'Good Kids' to the 'Worst': Representations of English Language Learners Across Educational Settings
    Linda Harklau

    7. Becoming Black: Rap and Hip-Hop, Race, Gender, Identity, and the Politics of ESL Learning
    A. M. Ibrahim

    CHAPTER THREE: SHIFTING OUR THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
    Introduction
    8. On the Ethical Treatment of ESL Writers
    Tony Silva

    9. Individualism, Academic Writing, and ESL Writers
    Vai Ramanathan and Dwight Atkinson

    10. Interaction and Feedback in Mixed Peer Response Groups
    Wei Zhu

    11. Understanding Critical Writing
    A. Suresh Canagarajah

    12. Should We Invite Students to Write in Home Dialects or Languages? Complicating the Yes/No Debate.
    Janet Bean, Maryann Cucchihara, Robert Eddy, Peter Elbow, Rhonda Grego, Rich Haswell, Patricia Irvine, Eileen Kennedy, Ellie Kutz, Al Lehner, and Paul Kei Matsuda

    CHAPTER FOUR: RETHINKING CURRICULUM DESIGN
    Introduction

    13. Designing and Assessing Effective Classroom Assignments for NES and ESL Students
    Joy Reid and Barbara Kroll

    14. Cross-Cultural Composition: Mediated Integration of US and International Students
    Paul Kei Matsuda and Tony Silva

    15. Classroom Instruction and Language Minority Students: On Teaching to 'Smarter' Readers and Writers
    Linda Lonon Blanton

    16. The Impact of the Computer in Second Language Writing
    Martha Pennington

    CHAPTER FIVE: RESPONDING TO AND ASSESSING SECOND-LANGUAGE WRITING
    Introduction

    17. Evaluating Second-Language Essays in Regular Composition Classes: Toward a Pluralistic U.S. Rhetoric
    Robert E. Land, Jr. and Catherine Whitley

    18. The Sociopolitical Implications of Response to Second Language and Second Dialect Writing
    Carol Severino

    19. The Impact of Writer Nationality on Mainstream Teachers' Judgments of Composition Quality
    Donald L. Rubin and Melanie Williams-James

    20. Staying Out of Trouble: Apparent Plagiarism and Academic Survival
    Pat Currie

    21. Error Feedback in L2 Writing Classes: How Explicit Does it Need to Be?
    Dana Ferris and Barry Roberts

    Additional Readings
    Notes on the Authors
    Notes on the Editors

    Index

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