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by Ann Merle Feldman

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ISBN:
0673460703
Author:
Ann Merle Feldman
Category:
Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pearson; 1 edition (January 17, 1997)
Pages:
640 pages
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1628 kb
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Learn more about the program. Our professor would write the code next to the corresponding error in our papers so we could figure out what was wrong. Overall it is a great reference book.

Ann Merle Feldman directs the First-Year Writing Program at.Ann Feldman's earlier work on cognition and learning focused on writing processes.

Ann Merle Feldman directs the First-Year Writing Program at UIC and is the founder and director of the Chicago Civic Leadership Certificate Program (CCLCP). Her scholarly interests include genre and rhetorical theory, e-learning, civic engagement and service learning, higher education, and socio-cultural theories of writing. Her recent book, Making Writing Matter: Composition in the Engaged University (SUNY Press, 2008) argues that teaching writing as a situated, civic activity must be a core intellectual activity in the engaged metropolitan university.

Writing produces generally positive, but inconsistent, effects on learning. Conceptual learning and writing in the sciences. Feldman, C. F. (1987). The reasons for this inconsistency are unknown. Teaching English in the Two-Year College 18: 114-120. In Bruner, . and Haste, H. (ed., Making sense: The child's construction of the world, Routledge, London, Great Britain, pp. 131-146.

The book explores creativity and the use of metaphor as students work towards becoming experts in the genres of.

The book explores creativity and the use of metaphor as students work towards becoming experts in the genres of their discipline. Grounded in the British Academic Written English (BAWE) corpus, the text is rich with authentic examples of assignment tasks, macrostructures, concordances and keywords. Genres across the Disciplines is essential reading for those involved in syllabus and materials design for the development of writing in higher education, as well as for those investigating EAP. The book explores creativity and the use of metaphor as students work towards becoming experts in the genres of their discipline.

Writing and Learning in the Disciplines offers strategies to help students gain access to and participate more fully in cross-curricular readings and writings.