Teaching U.S.-Educated Multilingual Writers: Pedagogical Practices from and for the Classroom

Teaching U.S.-Educated Multilingual Writers: Pedagogical Practices from and for the Classroom


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ISBN-13: 9780472035557
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
Publication date: 06/04/2015
Pages: 344
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1

Part 1 Pedagogical Approaches 10

Chapter 1 Inclusivity Through Community: Designing Response Systems for "Mixed" Academic Writing Courses Dana R. Ferris 11

Chapter 2 Increasing Student Metacognition and Transfer Through Reflective Writing Gita DasBender 47

Chapter 2 Genre Play: Moving Students from Formulaic to Complex Academic Writing Sunny Hyon 70

Chapter 4 Using Systemic-Functional Linguistic Analysis to Explain Expectations of Academic Discourse Luciana C. De Oliveira 108

Chapter 5 Students as "Language Detectives": Teaching Lexico-Grammatical Features of Academic Language Megan Siczek Gena Bennett 132

Chapter 6 Screencasting; Incorporating Personalized Video Feedback in Hybrid Writing Classes Anna Grigoryan 160

Chapter 7 Digital Storytelling: Developing Academic Writing Skills Through Multimodal Texts Joel Bloch 178

Chapter 8 In Their Own Voices: Validating Multilingual Identities Through Student Literacy Narratives Vanessa Cozza 205

Part 2 Curricular Approaches 227

Chapter 9 "Seeing and Writing the World": Exploring Personal Experience and Cultural Knowledge Through Academic Writing Kristi Costello Paul Shovlin 228

Chapter 10 Critical Reading, Rhetorical Analysis, and Source-Based Writing Joanne Baird Giordano Holly Hassel 244

Chapter 11 World Englishes: Academic Explorations of Language, Culture, and Identity Shawna Shapiro 263

Chapter 12 "Active Editing" Workshops in the Writing Center Modeling and Practicing nanas-un strategies 101 Addressing Sentence-Level Concerns Kristiane M. Ridgway 281

Chapter 13 Learning from Each Other: Pairing Pre-Service Teachers with U.S.-Educated Multilingual Writers Cathryn Crosby Debbie Lamb Ousey Myra M. Goldschmidt 305

Index 335

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