• Computer Science
  • Published 1992

Dialogue Journal Writing in a Foreign Language Classroom: Assessing Communicative Competence and Proficiency.

@inproceedings{Baudrandaertker1992DialogueJW,
  title={Dialogue Journal Writing in a Foreign Language Classroom: Assessing Communicative Competence and Proficiency.},
  author={Lynn Patricia Baudrand-aertker},
  year={1992}
}
............................................................................................................................ ix INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................1 A Hi story of the Teaching of Writing in Foreign Languages.............................................4 Recent Developments: Writing as a Process....................................................................9 Dialogue Journals… CONTINUE READING

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