Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum. They have opened up a number of prospects that were impossible to see when rhetoric and composition confined their gaze to relatively few discursive activities.
Composition and Literary Studies Anderson, Worth et al. This volume will reveal to scholars and researchers a range of possibilities for the study of disciplinary discourse and its teaching, and suggest to them new prospects for the future -- and for the better.
Communities of Teaching and the Ethos of Curricular Leadership. It includes an essay on the relationship between science and writing, illustrations from professional journals, and appendixes on using numbers, formulas and symbols. Cites Zamel; compares student view mostly Chinese to faculty mainstream American view about writing.
Brenson, Sarah and Glenda S. This volume will reveal to scholars and researchers a range of possibilities for the study of disciplinary discourse and its teaching, and suggest to them new prospects for the future -- and for the better.
In higher education, students often do not see the personal or professional relevance of the goals of writing in disciplinary courses. The second part of the book outlines 3 major approaches to theory and research in WAC: Also included in this reader is a complete reference guide for the variety of citation formats students may encounter throughout their coursework.
Reference Guide to Writing Across the Curriculum. Engaged Writers and Dynamic Disciplines. Southern Illinois University Press, This work includes close text analysis of and commentary on student lab reports, field notebooks, reviews, and questions and exercises on these genres.
This article responds to the common assertion that disciplines teach specialized knowledge while writing is a generalizable skill. He concludes that the accounts of the advancements of learning in science should be judged upon criteria drawn from more traditionally literary endeavors.
After three years of use in the classroom, the authors conclude that the writing task was very effective in teaching students both the rhetorical strategies appropriate to writing reports and in improving their scientific thinking.
In this longitudinal study of student writing, Sternglass examines the multiple facets of inquiry involved with students learning to write. Harvard Study of Writing Harvard Study of Writing--InHarvard embarked on a four-year study of undergraduate writing and the results of this study are located at this address.
Models and Methods for Writing Across the Curriculum. Little, Brown, and Co, Robert Day designed this book primarily to assist graduate students and people wanting to publish in the sciences who needed advice about the conventions of scientific writing. He concluded that this was true; he also noted the additional benefit of his experiment: In the Long Run.
Making the Most of College.Landmark Essays on Writing Across the Curriculum Volume 6. Edited by Charles Bazerman, David R. Russell. Routledge. Writing in the Disciplines. C. Bazerman, What Written Knowledge Does: Three Examples of Academic Discourse ().
G. 58 Reference Guide to Writing Across the Curriculum and psychological utility of writing in learning settings (Britton, et al. ), and by emphasizing the powerful ways in which language. Grounded in the principles of Writing Across the Curriculum, sections take up the connection between thinking and writing, the creation of problem-based writing assignments, designing reading, writing and thinking activities for active learning in the classroom, and responding to student writing.
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C. Bazerman, What Written Knowledge Does: Three Examples of Price: $ It includes resources for teachers as well as guide sheets and activities for student writers. first part of the book is an overview of key terms and historical moments relevant to the Writing Across the Curriculum movement.
Bazerman defines the difference b/w WAC and WID in terms of literacies, pedagogies and curricular initiatives.Download