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Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age Developing Writers proposes a new theory and model for teaching and learning writing in the digital age. It reviews existing theories of writing development and re-interprets writing through a lens of multimodality. Coming to the conclusion that writing theories have given insufficient space to the question of what it means to develop as a writer, the book aims to provide a basis for future curriculum design, assessment and teaching and learning practices. In the book, Andrews and Smith draw on their experience as teachers and researchers to address the problems with writing. Why does performance in writing tend to lag behind that in reading Are the productive skills of speaking and writing more difficult because they require the learner to make something new These and other perennial questions are answered in the course of the book, which also takes a fresh look at what it means to learn and develop as a writer. In particular, existing theories of writing come under close scrutiny. These are divided into product-based theories that take the written artefact as their material and process-based theories that are interested in the immediate business of how meaning is created via the written word. Although these existing theories have provided insights into the teaching and learning of writing, Andrews and Smith argue that we need to bring such theories up to date in the digital and multimodal age. The book concludes with chapters on implications for practice and assessment on the one hand, and research and policy on the other. Developing Writers offers a new perspective on, and new theoretical foundation for writing development from the early years through to adulthood. Developing Writers: Developing Writers proposes a new theory and model for teaching and learning writing in the digital age. It reviews existing theories of writing development and re-interprets writing through a lens of multimodality. Coming to the conclusion that writing theories have given insufficient space to the question of what it means to develop as a writer, the book aims to provide a basis for future curriculum design, assessment and teaching and learning practices. In the book, Andrews and Smith draw on their experience as teachers and researchers to address the problems with writing. Why does performance in writing tend to lag behind that in reading Are the productive skills of speaking and writing more difficult because they require the learner to make something new These and other perennial questions are answered in the course of the book, which also takes a fresh look at what it means to learn and develop as a writer. In particular, existing theories of writing come under close scrutiny. These are divided into product-based theories that take the written artefact as their material and process-based theories that are interested in the immediate business of how meaning is created via the written word. Although these existing theories have provided insights into the teaching and learning of writing, Andrews and Smith argue that we need to bring such theories up to date in the digital and multimodal age. The book concludes with chapters on implications for practice and assessment on the one hand, and research and policy on the other. Developing Writers offers a new perspective on, and new theoretical foundation for writing development from the early years through to adulthood. Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / General, Mcgraw-Hill Publ.Comp.

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Developing Writers proposes a new theory and model for teaching and learning writing in the digital age. It reviews existing theories of writing development and re-interprets writing through a lens of multimodality. Coming to the conclusion that writing theories have given insufficient space to the question of what it means to develop as a writer, the book aims to provide a basis for future curriculum design, assessment and teaching and learning practices. In the book, Andrews and Smith draw on their experience as teachers and researchers to address the problems with writing. Why does performance in writing tend to lag behind that in reading Are the productive skills of speaking and writing more difficult because they require the learner to make something new These and other perennial questions are answered in the course of the book, which also takes a fresh look at what it means to learn and develop as a writer. In particular, existing theories of writing come under close scrutiny. These are divided into product-based theories that take the written artefact as their material and process-based theories that are interested in the immediate business of how meaning is created via the written word. Although these existing theories have provided insights into the teaching and learning of writing, Andrews and Smith argue that we need to bring such theories up to date in the digital and multimodal age. The book concludes with chapters on implications for practice and assessment on the one hand, and research and policy on the other. Developing Writers offers a new perspective on, and new theoretical foundation for writing development from the early years through to adulthood. HC/Soziologie/Arbeitssoziologie, Wirtschaftssoziologie, Industriesoziologie[PU:Mcgraw-Hill Publ.Comp.], [PU: Open University]

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This book takes a fresh look at what it means to learn and develop as a writer in response to concerns on both sides of the Atlantic, and elsewhere in the world, about standards in writing. In this book, the authors seek answers to some perennial questions: Why does performance in writing tend to lag behind that in reading Are the productive skills of speaking and writing more difficult because they require the learner to make something new What does it mean to develop as a writer This book provides the foundation for developing the teaching of writing. It does so by: Reviewing and comparing models of writing pedagogy from the last fifty years Discussing the notion of development in depth Developing a new theory and model for writing in the multimodal and digital age Its basic premise is that writing needs to be re-conceived as one crucial component of communication among other modes. Andrews and Smith argue that although existing theories have provided insights into the teaching and learning of writing, we need to bring such theories up to date in the digital and multimodal age. Developing Writers is designed for teachers, academics, researchers, curriculum designers, parents and others who are interested in writing development. It will also be intended for anyone who is interested in developing their own writing, and who wishes to understand the principles on which such development is based. Continue the conversation at developingwriters.org. HC/Soziologie/Arbeitssoziologie, Wirtschaftssoziologie, Industriesoziologie[PU:Mcgraw-Hill Publ.Comp.], [PU: Open University]

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Developing Writers
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Andrews, Richard / Smith, Anna

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Developing Writers

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9780335241798

Takes a fresh look at what it means to learn and develop as a writer in response to concerns on both sides of the Atlantic, and elsewhere in the world, about standards in writing. This book provides the foundation for developing the teaching of writing, reviewing and comparing models of writing pedagogy.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780335241798
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0335241794
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2011
Herausgeber: Mcgraw-Hill Publ.Comp.
210 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,336 kg
Sprache: Englisch

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