Academic Writing in a Second Language: Essays on Research and Pedagogy

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 1995 - Education - 410 pages
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Exploring research and pedagogy on second language writing, this volume focuses on issues concerning policy decisions affecting foreign students.

 

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Chapter 12

Contents

When Practice Doesnt Make Perfect The Case of a Graduate ESL Student
3
Good Writing I Know It When I See It
23
Redefining the Task An Ethnographic Examination of Writing and Response in Graduate Seminars
47
Local Interactions Constructing Contexts for Composing in a Graduate Sociology Program
83
Writing in the Natural Sciences and Engineering
113
Writing Critically Across the Curriculum
135
Writing From Sources Case Studies of Graduate Students in Business Management
155
Consciousness Raising and Article Pedagogy
183
Teaching Classroom and Authentic Genres Initiating Students into Academic Cultures and Discourses
277
Commoncore and Specific Approaches to the Teaching of Academic Writing
293
The ESL Technical Expert Writing Processes and Classroom Practices
313
Negotiating the Syllabus A LearningCentered Interactive Approach to ESL Graduate Writing Course Design
331
A GenreBased Developmental Writing Course for Undergraduate ESL Science Majors
351
Fostering Writing Expertise in ESL Composition Instruction Modeling and Evaluation
375
Author Index
399
Subject Index
407

Holistic Scoring in ESL Writing Assessment What Does an Analysis of Rhetorical Features Reveal?
205
A Comparison of the Use of Citations in Chinese and English Academic Discourse
231

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