Preparing teachers to respond to student writing

@inproceedings{Ferris2007PreparingTT,
  title={Preparing teachers to respond to student writing},
  author={D. Lance Ferris},
  year={2007}
}
Responding to student writing is one of the most challenging aspects of the writing instructor’s job, and it is certainly the most time-consuming. Preparing future teachers to respond to L2 writing thus becomes an important aspect of any pre-service training course. In this paper, the author describes her own approach to training writing instructors in an MA TESOL seminar, using the ‘‘approach/response/follow-up’’ outline found in Ferris and Hedgock [Ferris, D. R., & Hedgcock, J. S. (2005… CONTINUE READING

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