The Development of Writers and Writing Abilities: A Longitudinal Study Across and Beyond the College-span

The Development of Writers and Writing Abilities: A Longitudinal Study Across and Beyond the College-span

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Analysis of this data indicates that students develop through social interactions that take place at two levels: First, through interactions with the college curriculum itself; secondly, and more importantly, students grow through dialogic interactions, that is, writing focused conversations (written or spoken) that are ongoing, invite active response, and are addressed to individual writers' thinking and ideas. The actual mechanism of development is fine tuning in which writers adjust, synchronize, and coordinate their behavior with readers and teachers, as well as disciplinary and professional communities of practice.This comment identifies some of the important reasons why trust and relationship can make an important difference in ... of the reader in relation to the studenta#39;s writing of an application to study abroad: a€œIt was helpful to have personal feedback, ... Fourth Year Chemistry Major: I turned it out [my] application essay for STEP [Stanford Teacher Education Program], you ... me was that as...when youa#39;re on a newspaper you mark up stuff thata#39;s really good because you know it could be great, anbsp;...


Title:The Development of Writers and Writing Abilities: A Longitudinal Study Across and Beyond the College-span
Author: Paul Michael Rogers
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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