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Title Responding to students' writing : continuing conversations / edited by Brenton Doecke with an introduction by Margaret Gill
Published Norwood, S. Aust. : Australian Association for the Teaching of English, 1999


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  808.042 D6494/R  AVAILABLE
 MELB  808.042 D6494/R  AVAILABLE
Description 304 pages ; 24 cm
Series AATE interface series
AATE interface series.
Contents 1. Teaching English : cultures of continuity and change / Margaret Gill -- 2. Responding to students' writing: a do-it-yourself inservice kit / Kevin Murray -- 3. Cooking (with or without recipes) / Ian Reid -- 4. How can I usefully respond to students' first drafts? / Brian Johnston -- 5. A Hardy perennial: responding to students' drafts / Douglas McClenaghan -- 6. Learning to write: a process of learning how to mean / Frances Christie -- 7. The Teaching of writing 15 years on / Frances Christie -- 8. Writing portfolios in the junior secondary classroom / David Lee -- 9. Responding to student writing: a PEEL perspective / Judie Mitchell -- 10. "I want you to write me a poem ... and I don't want it to rhyme" / Val Kent -- 11. Teaching poetry: the fearful art? / Peter McFarlane -- 12. Writing, testing and culture / Michael Clyne -- 13. What do I say to Ka Tien? The NESB student in the mainstream English class / Terry Hayes, David Howes and Tony Ferguson -- 14. Unpacking arguments: the need for a metalanguage / Kristina Love -- 15. Presenting a point of view: approaches to written argument / Marion Meiers -- 16. From wow to how: teaching writing in cyberspace / Gillian Barnsley -- 17. Assessing students' writing: the myth of the level playing field / Lynne Badger and Lyn Wilkinson -- 18. The Framing of teacher response to student writing / Claire Wyatt-Smith -- 19. The Writing workshop as a space for relocating the personal / Barbara Kamler
Summary This book presents a variety of perspectives on students' writing. Included are items on how to differentiate between narrative and argument, how to respond to students' first drafts, how to encourage students to experiment with poetry, the impact of Information Technology, the value of group work, and much more
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject English language -- Composition and exercises -- Study and teaching (Higher)
English language -- Composition and exercises -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
Author Doecke, Brenton.
Australian Association for the Teaching of English.
LC no. 00002010
ISBN 1875659145