Principles and Practices Edited by Tony Cimasko and Melinda Reichelt Much of what is known about teaching second language writing today has been based on research in English as a second language, writing in English in English-dominant countries and other contexts, without giving close consideration to the important work of teaching foreign language writing in many languages and contexts around the world.
Foreign Language Writing Instruction: Both teachers and researchers in foreign language writing will benefit greatly from this collection. Practicing Theory in Second Language Writing features fourteen essays by distinguished scholars in second language writing who explore various aspects of theoretical work that goes on in the field.
Second language writing specialists—teachers, researchers, and administrators—have yet to have an open and sustained conversation about what theory is, how it works, and, more important, how to practice theory.
This volume provides a cross-section of the current status of foreign language writing instruction, while developing a fuller appreciation for the broadened perspectives that it can bring to second language writing.
Dwight Atkinson, Diane Belcher, A. Perspectives on the Process of Knowledge Construction Edited by Paul Kei Matsuda and Tony Silva In this book, established second language writing researchers who participated in the Symposium discuss issues in conceptualizing, designing, and conducting second language writing research by reflecting on their own processes of negotiating the complex act of knowledge construction in the field.
Readers will learn why classroom practices are not neutral, pragmatic space but ideologically saturated sites of negotiation. Contributors focus on the policies on assessment, placement, credit, class size, course content, instructional practices, teacher prepara-tion, and teacher support.
The goal of this volume is to bring together accomplished second language writing specialists at various stages of professional development to discuss the nature of professionalization in the field and to share stories of their entry into the profession and various issues and challenges they faced in the process.
Fourteen chapters researched and authored by scholars working in nine different countries and regions explore the contexts of foreign language writing pedagogy, the diversity of national and regional approaches, the role of universities, departments, and programs in pedagogy, and the cognitive and classroom dimensions of teaching and learning.
They examine politics in terms of the relationships and interaction between second language writing professionals and colleagues at the program, department, school, college, and university levels and beyond.
While the disciplinary infrastructure has grown and opportunities for graduate education have expanded, and while there is a small but growing number of resources for graduate students e. Contributors also explore—through critical reflections and situated descriptions of their teaching practices in larger institutional con-texts—how these policies and politics affect pedagogical practices.
Principles and Practices takes a significant step in addressing this imbalance by examining many of the topics that influence foreign language teaching. In Search of the Promised Land Edited by Paul Kei Matsuda, Christina Ortmeier-Hooper and Xiaoye You This volume is the first edited collection to present a sustained discussion of classroom practices in larger contexts of institutional politics and policies.The editorial board of the Journal of Second Language Writing selected Suresh Canagarajah’s article, "'Blessed in My Own Way': Pedagogical Affordances for Dialogical Voice Construction in Multilingual Student Writing," as the journal’s Best Article of the oramanageability.com honorable mention of the “Best Article” has been awarded to Xiaofei Lu and.
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The Journal of Second Language Writing is devoted to publishing theoretically grounded reports of research and discussions of central issues in second and foreign language writing and writing instruction. Some areas of interest are personal characteristics and attitudes of L2 writers, L2 writers composing processes, features of L2 writers texts.
Journal of Second Language Writing, v16 n3 p Sep Responding to student writing is one of the most challenging aspects of the writing instructor's job, and it is certainly the most time-consuming.Download