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CONTENTS Acknowledgments Introduction 1 Revising Process Revising Analysis Revising Expectations Revising Student Subjectivity 2 Revising (Re)visions Images of students and teachers in/(post)process Alternative reflections Redefining the terms of/for composition studies through the work of James A. Berlin The other social turn: redefining the terms of/for composition studies through service learning Extending process: a case study of Bruce McComiskey's Teaching Writing as a Social Process Conclusion 3 Revising Invention, Arrangement, and Revision From prewrite/write/rewrite to invention, arrangement, and revision From prewriting to invention From organization to arrangement From rewriting to revision Turning to writing 4 Revising Curriculum Revisioning reading/writing relationships Defining shared course focuses and selecting course materials Collaborations Cross-class work Community-based literacy work Formal writing assignments Conclusion 5 Revising English Studies Epilogue Notes References Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching.
Report writing -- Study and teaching (Higher).