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Scaffolding in the Writing Center
In this microanalysis, a university writing center conference with an experienced tutor and a student he has never met before is analyzed for the tutor’s use of direct instruction, cognitiveExpand
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Motivational Scaffolding, Politeness, and Writing Center Tutoring.
Jo Mackiewicz’s research uses discourse analysis to examine the balance of politeness and clarity in evaluative texts such as tutoring sessions and online reviews of technical products. She is theExpand
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Talk About Writing : The Tutoring Strategies of Experienced Writing Center Tutors
Chapter 1: Talk about Writing: An Introduction to Our Empirical Study Chapter 2: Literature Review Chapter 3: Methods Chapter 4: The Three Conference Stages and Tutoring Strategies: The OverallExpand
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The National Writing Project, Teachers' Writing Lives, and Student Achievement in Writing
Abstract This survey research on National Writing Project (NWP) teachers and comparison teachers (N = 35) in a southeastern state found that the NWP teachers wrote more than the comparison teachersExpand
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Women and Feminism in Technical Communication
This qualitative content analysis identifies 40 articles about women and feminism published in five technical communication journals in a period of nine years, beginning with the publication of MaryExpand
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Forest biological diversity : an overview
Reproduction and dissemination of material in this publication for educational or other non-commercial purposes are authorized without any prior written permission from the copyright holders providedExpand
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Women and Feminism in Technical Communication—An Update
The purposes of this study are to determine the current status of scholarship published in five major technical communication journals about women and feminism and to identify changes in focus thatExpand
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Sex Differences in Technical Communication: A Perspective from Social Role Theory
This article interprets technical communication research about sex differences according to social role theory, which argues that sex differences are enculturated through experiences associated withExpand
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Equifinality: Parents' and Students' Attitudes towards a Student-Centered Approach to Integration (1)
The inclusion of all special needs students into the regular classroom setting is rapidly becoming the dominant educational ideology. Whether or not it is actually the best ideology remains the topicExpand
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