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CONTENTS Preface to the Second Edition v About the Authors ix 1 Why We Tutor 1 2 The Writing Process 11 3 The Tutoring Process 25 4 Examining Expectations 47 5 Observing in the Writing Center 61 6 Tutoring Practice 73 7 Reflecting on the First Session 89 8 Reading in the Writing Center 103 9 Working with ESL Writers 117 10 Writing Center Research 127 iii GILL.2839.bkfm.i-xiv 5/1/07 12:22 PM Page iv iv Contents 11 Writing Centers: Historical and Theoretical Contexts 141 12 Interdisciplinary and On-Line Tutoring 155 13 What If ... 169 Recommended Readings 187 List of Works Cited 193 Index 203
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Peer-group tutoring of students.
Tutors and tutoring.