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Linking literacies : perspectives on L2 reading-writing connections

Author: Diane Dewhurst Belcher; Alan Hirvela
Publisher: Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Linking Literacies provides the most up to date theoretical overview of the connection between reading and writing in second language acquisition. Belcher and Hirvela have brought together the definitive collection of developments in reading-writing relations research and pedagogy. Papers are organized into these parts: Ground Practice: - Theory, Research, and History; - In the Classroom: Teaching Reading as Writing  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Congresses
Conference papers and proceedings
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Linking literacies.
Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, ©2001
(OCoLC)604251026
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Diane Dewhurst Belcher; Alan Hirvela
ISBN: 0472097539 9780472097531 0472067532 9780472067534
OCLC Number: 45845425
Notes: Based on papers presented at the 2nd Ohio State Conference on Second-Language Reading/Writing Connections, held summer 1998, Columbus, Ohio.
Description: xii, 351 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Reading-writing relations: theoretical perspectives and instructional practices / William Grabe --
A task analysis of reading and writing in academic contexts / Joan G. Carson --
Reexamining audiolingualism: on the genesis of reading and writing in L2 studies / Paul Kei Matsuda --
Connecting reading and writing through literature / Alan Hirvela --
The foreign language literacy classroom "translating event" as reading and composing: eighth graders read cross-cultural children's literature / Mary Ellen Malloy --
Learning to assume the role of author: a study of reading-to-write one's own ideas in an undergraduate ESL composition course / George Newell, Maria C. Garriga, and Susan S. Peterson --
A cognitive modeling approach to teaching critique writing to nonnative speakers / Barbara Dobson and Christine Feak --
Interlude: developing meaningful literacy courses / Ilona Leki --
Plagiarism and the ESL student: from printed to electronic texts / Joel Bloch --
Plagiarism and international students: how the English-speaking university responds / Diane Pecorari --
Textual borrowing strategies for graduate-level ESL writers / Debbie Barks and Patricia Watts --
With the dictionary and beyond / Terence Odlin --
Lexis and grammar in second language reading and writing / Gerogette Jabbour --
Implementing CommonSpace in the ESL composition classroom / Joel Bloch and Janina Brutt-Griffler --
Afterword: lessons on linking literacies for L1 teachers / Andrea Abernethy Lunsford.
Responsibility: edited by Diane Belcher and Alan Hirvela.
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Linking Literacies provides the most up to date theoretical overview of the connection between reading and writing in second language acquisition. Belcher and Hirvela have brought together the definitive collection of developments in reading-writing relations research and pedagogy. Papers are organized into these parts: Ground Practice: - Theory, Research, and History; - In the Classroom: Teaching Reading as Writing and Writing as Reading; - (E)Merging Literacies and the Challenge of Textual Ownership Technology-Assisted Reading and Writing. In addition to examining the ways in which L1 influences have affected the development of L2 reading-writing theory and pedagogy, Linking Literacies looks at how L2 reading-writing scholarship has created an identity separate of an L1 framework. Linking Literacies examines a broad range of questions and concerns within the structure of L2 reading-writing connections and L2 academic literacy through discussions of theory, research, and pedagogy. -- Back cover.

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