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  • Author:
    Tina LaVonne Good,Leanne B. Warshauer
  • ISBN:
    0205306969
  • ISBN13:
    978-0205306961
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    Longman; 1 edition (October 23, 1999)
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    290 pages
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In Our Own Voice book.

In Our Own Voice book. Written by teaching assistants for teaching assistants, In Our Own Voice. teaching assistants for teaching assistants, In Our Own Voice offers a wealth of first-person narratives by graduate students on the front line about subjects as conceptually challenging as politics in the freshman composition classroom, the issue of authority in the classroom, and the debate about personal vs. formal academic writing-and as nitty-gritty as responding to student papers and.

In Our Own Voice : Graduate Students Teach Writing. by Tina LaVonne Good and Leanne B. Warshauer. Written by teaching assistants for teaching assistants, In Our Own Voice offers a wealth of first-person narratives by graduate students on the front line about subjects as conceptually challenging as politics in the freshman composition classroom, the issue of authority in the classroom, and the debate about personal vs. formal academic writing and as nitty-gritty as responding to student papers and.

Tina Lavonne Good, Leanne B. The Allen Institute for AIProudly built by AI2 with the help of our. Collaborators. Allyn and Bacon, 2000 - 290 sayfa. Acknowledging that many composition courses are taught by graduate students, In Our Own Voice offers a selection of articles about teaching first year writing by graduate students. By reading a variety of perspectives about the realities and experiences of teaching writing, graduate students become better prepared for the composition classroom.

Teaching Composition in an Electronic Environment by Eric Hoffman and Carol Scheidenhelm, and In Our Own Voice: Graduate Students Teach Writing, by Tina Lavonne Good and Leanne B. Other major sections of the manual you may want to read carefully offer advice for planning a syllabus based on The Allyn and Bacon Guide to Writing and using the textbook with non-native speakers and/or in an electronic classroom.

In doing so, this work builds on previous collections that value TAs' narratives, such as Tina Lavonne Good and Leanne B. Warshauer's In Our Own Voice: Graduate Students Teach Writing (2000) and Wendy Bishop and Deborah Coxwell Teague's Finding Our Way: A Writing Teacher's Sourcebook (2004)

In Our Own Voice Graduate Students Teach Writing by Leanne B. Warshauer, Tina Lavonne Good, Good &. Warshauer Paperback, 290 Pages, Published 1999 by Longman Pub Group ISBN-13: 978-0-205-30696-1, ISBN: 0-205-30696-9.

In Our Own Voice Graduate Students Teach Writing by Leanne B.

Between Talk and Teaching will be a valuable addition to the professional library of writing teachers and writing program administrators. Все результаты Поиска книг Google Об авторе (1998).

Acknowledging that many composition courses are taught by graduate students, In Our Own Voice offers a selection of articles about teaching first year writing by graduate students. The collection attempts to strike a balance between the theoretical and practical issues composition teachers face, and functions as a resource for pedagogical theories and practical ideas while at the same time problematizing traditional and currently.

In Our Own Voice: Graduate Students Teach Writing. Good, Tina Lavonne, Ed. Warshauer, Leanne . Ed. This book presents the graduate-student voice as authoritative and useful in the field of composition studies, based on statistics indicating that the majority of composition classes are staffed by graduate students. It contains 30 essays by graduate students that balance theoretical and practical issues as well as problematizing traditional and currently held pedagogical beliefs and definitions.

Acknowledging that many composition courses are taught by graduate students, In Our Own Voice offers a selection of articles about teaching first year writing by graduate students. By reading a variety of perspectives about the realities and experiences of teaching writing, graduate students become better prepared for the composition classroom. The collection attempts to strike a balance between the theoretical and practical issues composition teachers face, and functions as a resource for pedagogical theories and practical ideas while at the same time problematizing traditional and currently held beliefs and definitions. The essays are arranged according to topic and attempt to speak to each other, while acknowledging that there is no right or wrong method when it comes to teaching. For anyone interested in the teaching of writing.


Humin
It is a wonderful book, and I have had it for months. I would further recommend it to anyone!!!!!
Nettale
How refreshing it is to read a book targeted to graduate programs at universities and to graduate students. This book is well written, well edited and, most importantly, not boring. It will become a valuable tool to graduate programs worldwide. This book enables a better understanding of an environment in which students become teachers and teachers become students. Bravo!