Discoursal construction of identity in academic writing

Discoursal construction of identity in academic writing

Cumming, Alister Burke, Penny Jane The textual colligation of stance phraseology in cross-disciplinary academic discourse. Dieltjens, Sylvain M. Overall, the book is very well organized and includes helpful section introductions and a main introduction which draws together all the chapters in the volume. Badenhorst, Cecile M. Constructing critical literacies: teaching and learning textual practice. Should student learning journals be assessed?. Supporting academic literacies: university teachers in collaboration for change. Casanave, Christine Pearson Doctoral students writing: where's the pedagogy?. Ethos versus persona: Self representations in written discourseWritten Communication5. Davila, Bethany Cross-Cultural Analysis of Student Writing.

Freebody, Eds. While suggestions are made about activities and methodology, the volume also encourages teachers to be innovative in their classes and to draw from their own cultural environments appropriate and accessible activities, materials and methods. The book ends with implications of the study for research on writing and identity, and for the learning and teaching of academic writing.

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Cook-Sather, Alison Cross-Cultural Analysis of Student Writing. Cribb, V. Using a virtual learning environment to develop academic writing with first year dance students: facing the challenge of writing through digital images. Conceptualising the use of Facebook in ethnographic research: as tool, as data and as context.

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Writing and Identity: The discoursal construction of identity in academic writing