e_508 - FieldWorking: Reading and Writing Research, 3rd...

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FieldWorking: Reading and Writing Research, 3 rd Edition PEDAGOGY FieldWorking utilizes ethnographic study as a way to engage students in four main strategies of research writing: Reading : Students examine published ethnographic texts and student samples; students learn how to read objects, places, people, and events in culture as texts. Writing : Students are prepared for compiling a research portfolio and composing a fieldworking essay; preparation includes an overview of the writing process, several notetaking and research strategies, and mini-prompts (“boxes”) that generate thinking about the major components of fieldworking. Research/Fieldworking : Students are provided with several practical strategies for field research with focus on issues like choosing subjects, writing fieldnotes, creating interview questions, and collecting research data. Reflecting
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course ED 101 taught by Professor Propas during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State University.

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