Negotiating the Personal in Creative Writing
Carl Vandermeulen looks at creative writing and suggests a new theory that unsilences the writer and recognizes the complexities of the student-teacher relationship by focusing on dialogue rather than criticism.
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More or Less Unfortunate Misunderstandings
Chapter 3 Reflection and the Dialogic Self
Chapter 4 Response in Writers Groups
Chapter 5 Teacher Response to Student Writing
Chapter 6 Negotiating Authority as Teachers Models Mentors
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