Revision: History, Theory, and Practice
Alice S. Horning, Anne Becker
Parlor Press LLC, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 257 pages
"Revision: History, Theory, and Practice" explores the wide range of scholarship on revision while bringing new light to bear on enduring questions. The 12 contributors examine recent cognitive writing models and the roles of long- and short-term memory in the writing process, demonstrating theoretically why revision is difficult for novices.
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1 Introduction and Overview
2 Definitions and Distinctions
3 A Review of Writing Model Research Based on Cognitive Processes
4 Basic Writers and Revision
5 Revision and ESL Students
6 Whats in a Textbook?
7 Revising with Word ProcessingTechnologyDocument Design
8 Professional Writers and Revision
9 Creative Writers and Revision
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