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'Class-tested by thousands of students, Writing about Writing presents accessible writing studies research by authors such as Donald Murray, Mike Rose, and Deborah Brandt, together with popular texts by authors such as Malcolm X, Sherman Alexie, and Junot Díaz. Throughout the book, friendly explanations and scaffolded questions help students connect to readings and -- even more important -- develop knowledge about writing they can use at work, in their everyday lives, and in college.' --Publisher description. Rating: (not yet rated) Subjects • • • More like this • •.

Find more information about: ISBN: 936 OCLC Number: 635482897 Description: xviii, 747 pages; 24 cm Contents: Introduction to the conversation -- Ch. 3ds Max Vray Rapidshare. Texts/constructs: how do readers read and writers write? Writing processes: how do you write? Literacies: how have you become the reader and writer you are today?

Discourses: how do communities shape writing? Authority: how do you make yourself heard as a college writer?

Great for English 1301. Get resources that help you with academic writing. Writing About Writing Wordle Ebook Readers. While Kindle books are no replacement for a fully- stocked traditional classroom library.

Responsibility: Elizabeth Wardle, University of Central Florida, Doug Downs, Montana State University. More information: • • • Abstract. 'Class-tested by thousands of students, Writing about Writing presents accessible writing studies research by authors such as Donald Murray, Mike Rose, and Deborah Brandt, together with popular texts by authors such as Malcolm X, Sherman Alexie, and Junot Díaz. Throughout the book, friendly explanations and scaffolded questions help students connect to readings and -- even more important -- develop knowledge about writing they can use at work, in their everyday lives, and in college.' --Publisher description.

Elizabeth Wardle is an associate professor and the Director of Writing Programs at the University of Central Florida. Her research interests center on genre theory, transfer of writing-related knowledge, and infusing composition classrooms with the field's best understandings of how writing works. She is currently conducting a study examining the impact of smaller class size on the learning of composition students, as well as a study examining the impact of the writing-about-writing pedagogy on student writing and attitudes about writing.

Doug Downs is an assistant professor of rhetoric and composition in the Department of English at Montana State University. His research interests center on research-writing pedagogy and facilitating undergraduate research both in first-year composition and across the undergraduate curriculum.

He continues to work extensively with Elizabeth Wardle on writing-about-writing pedagogies and is currently studying problems of researcher authority in undergraduate research in the humanities. Elizabeth and Doug, along with several of their colleagues, have been furthering the conversation on writing-about-writing pedagogy on their Bedford Bits blog, Write On: Notes on Teaching Writing about Writing. Visit the blog to contribute to the discussion and get some useful tips for teaching with Writing about Writing: A College Reader.