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作者 Moss, Beverly J
書名 Writing Groups Inside and Outside the Classroom
出版項 Mahwah : Taylor & Francis Group, 2003
©2004
國際標準書號 9781410610164 (electronic bk.)
9780805846997
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (485 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
系列 International Writing Centers Association (IWCA) Press Ser
International Writing Centers Association (IWCA) Press Ser
附註 Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Series Foreword -- Contributors -- 1. Introduction: Writing Groups as Literacy Events -- Writing Groups as Literacy Events: Collaboration, Power, and Community -- Where We Began -- Our Organizing Principle -- Works Cited -- Part I: Writing Groups Within the Curriculum: Pedagogical Approaches and Concerns -- 2. "I Don't Talk to Blacks," or Contextual Constraints on Peer Writing Groups in the Prison College Classroom -- Education Behind Bars: The Prison, the Classroom, the Course -- Refusing to Participate: Individual Agency or Institutional Force? -- Masked Rejection: The Case of Conflicting Texts -- Negotiating a Compromise: When Writing Groups Do Grammar Instruction -- Conclusion -- Works Cited -- 3. Wrestling With the Angels: Writing Groups, Messy Texts, and Truly Collaborative Writing -- Works Cited -- 4. Bringing the Writing Center Into the Classroom: A Case Study of Writing Groups -- Humble Beginnings -- Scholarly Context -- Method -- Program Development-First Year -- Program Development-Second Year -- Program Development-Continuing Without Us -- Lessons Learned -- Requisites for Successful Workshops -- Implications -- Works Cited -- 5. Sponsoring Student Response in Writing Center Group Tutorials -- How Student Writers Read and How Student Readers Respond -- How Students Read -- Tutor's Roles in a Group Tutorial -- Application -- Works Cited -- 6. Shaping Writing Groups in the Sciences -- Overview -- Evolution of the Model -- Audience -- Better Writing -- Better Science -- Needs Assessment -- Organizational Issues -- A New Context -- The Level of the Claim -- Tensions -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- Works Cited -- 7. Reciprocal Expertise: Community Service and the Writing Group -- Reciprocity and the Academic Writing Group
Community Service Writing and Community Service Writing Groups -- Case Study: Writing Partners -- Teaching Reciprocity-Cautions and Suggestions -- Expanding Writing Groups Through Reciprocal Expertise -- Works Cited -- 8. Coauthoring as Place: A Different Ethos -- Names and Places -- Studying Coauthors -- Classical Conceptions of Ethos as Place -- Coauthoring In Academia -- Customs of the Coauthoring Culture -- First-Author Position -- Coauthoring as Epistemic -- Ownership -- Affective Benefits -- A Place of Caring -- Acknowledgments -- Works Cited -- Part II: Writing Groups in the Extracurriculum: Broadening the Focus -- 9. "Species" of Rhetoric: Deliberative and Epideictic Models in Writing Group Settings -- Balancing Methods: Deliberative and Epideictic Practices -- Balancing Evidence: Logical Reasons and Reader Response -- Balancing Goals: Coauthorship and Authorial Control -- Balancing Community: Consensus and Dissensus -- Bridging Rhetorics: Praise as Action -- Balancing Instructional Models: Deliberative and Epideictic Rhetoric in Classroom Writing Groups -- Works Cited -- 10. Questions of Time: Publishing and Group Identity in the StreetWise Writers Group -- History Of the Streetwise Writing Group -- Writing and the Struggle for Justice: The Gregory Becker Case -- Inventing the Writers Group: Views on Writing and Publishing -- "Let's Put on a Play": One Past and Future Struggle Over Group Identity -- Group in Progress: Lingering Questions -- 11. Making Space for Collaboration: Physical Context and Role Taking in Two Singing and Songwriting Groups -- Three Characteristics of Physical Space -- Perceptions of Timespace and Purposes of Collaboration -- Writing Groups and Role Shifting -- Works Cited -- 12. The Thursday Night Writing Group: Crossing Institutional Lines -- Introduction
Section One: Individual Writers and the Complicated Issues of Response -- Joan Ratliff -- Dale Jacobs -- Section Two: Extending Learning Beyond the Writing Group -- Kathryn J. Christensen -- Linda Beckstead -- Robert Brooke -- Kate Brooke -- Section Three: New Challenges -- Heidi LM Jacobs -- Carol MacDaniels -- Works Cited -- 13. A Group of Our Own: Women and Writing Groups: A Reconsideration -- The Group -- Women Writers -- Women in Academe -- Blending Public and Private -- Being Intellectuals, Becoming Professionals -- Developing Scholarship -- Mentors and Mentoring -- Reconsiderations: Personal and Professional -- Works Cited -- 14. Community, Collaboration, and Conflict: The Community Writing Group as Contact Zone -- Methodology and Focus of Study -- The Columbia Chapter of the South Carolina Writers Workshop -- Vignettes from the SCWW Contact Zone -- Works Cited -- Afterword -- Author Index -- Subject Index
This unique collection considers the nature of writing groups inside and outside the academic environment. Exploring writing groups as contextual literacy events, editors Beverly J. Moss, Nels P. Highberg, and Melissa Nicolas bring together contributors to document and reflect on the various types of collaborations that occur in writing groups in a wide range of settings, both within and outside the academy. The chapters in this volume respond to a variety of questions about writing groups, including: *What is the impact of gender, race, and socioeconomic class on power dynamics in writing groups? *When is a writing group a community and are all writing groups communities? *How does the local community of a writing group impact the participation of group members in other local or global communities? *How does the local community of a writing group impact the participation of group members in other local or global communities? *What actions contribute to a strong community of writers and what actions contribute to the breakdown of community? *When and for whom are writing groups ineffective? *What is it about belonging to a community of writers that makes writing groups appealing to so many within and beyond the academy? Each chapter highlights how writing groups, whether or not they are labeled as such, function in various spaces and locations, and how collaboration works when writers from a variety of backgrounds with diverse interests come together. Writing Groups Inside and Outside the Classroom illustrates that writing groups outside of the academy are worthy of study and serve as important sites of writing and literacy instruction. Offering significant insights into the roles of writing groups in literacy and writing practice, this volume is appropriate for scholars and teachers of writing, rhetoric, composition, and literacy; for writing
center administrators and staff; and for writing group participants
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Moss, Beverly J. Writing Groups Inside and Outside the Classroom Mahwah : Taylor & Francis Group,c2003 9780805846997
主題 English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching.;Interdisciplinary approach in education.;Creative writing -- Study and teaching.;Report writing -- Study and teaching.;Writing centers
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Alt Author Highberg, Nels P
Nicolas, Melissa
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