A New World of Writers: Teaching Writing in a Diverse Society
Most secondary school, college, and university students no longer fit into the -traditional- mold. Although they are from a variety of ethnic, language, and social backgrounds, each with different needs, writing can provide a key to success for them all. "A New World of Writers" offers teaching methodologies that can be adapted to these new and changing student populations, enabling them to approach writing tasks with confidence and enthusiasm."
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