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Exploring Notions of Genre in "Academic Literacies" and "Writing Across the Curriculum": Approaches Across Countries and Contexts
How to cite: Russell, David R.; Lea, Mary; Parker, Jan; Street, Brian and Donahue, Tiane (2009). Exploring notions of genre in ’academic literacies’ and ’writing across the curriculum’: approachesExpand
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Genre and Disciplinary Work in French Didactics Research
introduction How genre is understood and configured in analyses of disciplinary texts and discourses is key to understanding the nature of student work in the disciplines. The question of genre isExpand
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Notes of a Humbled WPA: Dialogue with High School Colleagues.
In the 1970s, as I completed my undergraduate degree in English education at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts, I worked at Copley Square High School as a student teacher. One of my practiceExpand
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REFRAMING “WRITING IN THE DISCIPLINES” AND GENRE: CROSS-CULTURAL EXPLORATIONS
Confronting French and United States “wri ting in the disciplines” (WiD) perspectives about g enre can change our understanding of how to study the re lationships among student texts, academic texts,Expand
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Cross-Cultural Analysis of Student Writing
Text analysis traditions in France and the United States include discourse analysis, critical linguistics, French functional linguistics, Bakhtinian dialogics, and “generous reading.” These framesExpand
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It’s Always already about Language