Teaching Academic Writing

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Patricia Friedrich
Bloomsbury Academic, May 21, 2008 - Education - 246 pages

Teaching Academic Writing consists of ten teaching-focused chapters offering solutions to the issues confronting the teacher of academic writing. The contributors give practical advice about how to teach an academic writing class, offer classroom solutions for the novice teacher, and discuss the place of feedback and assessment. The chapters also examine the use of different media in the academic writing classroom, the problem of plagiarism, and background issues affecting students' ability to learn.

Including a breadth of practical advice and focused around the real issues confronting the teacher of academic writing, this will be the essential book for teachers of academic writing in higher education.

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Contents

Disciplines
26
Pedagogy
57
Assignments and Activities in Teaching
73
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Patricia Friedrich is Assistant Professor in the Department of Languages, Cultures and History at Arizona State University, USA.

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