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Writing Chapter Five Presenters Park seon og and Park mi ran
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Goals Understand the ways in which writing instruction can be built into the ESL/EFL class. Show confidence in using process approach techniques in the classroom, including quickwriting, brainstorming, word mapping, drafting, and review. Identify suitable assessment options, including writing comments on student work and using written guidelines (rubrics).
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Writing What is writing? Background to the teaching of writing Principles for teaching writing
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1. What is writing? Presenters Park seon og
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1. What is writing? It is both a physical and a mental act. Its purpose is both to express and impress . It is both a process and a product . Process: imagining-organizing-drafting-editing-reading- rereading Product: essay, letter, story, research report
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2. Background to the teaching of writing Presenters Park seon og
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2. Background to the teaching of writing about 1870s… Rules of writing Grammatical accuracy Correct organization Content Copying models in writing
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About 1910-1960s… A movement for more progressive writing instruction started in 1911. National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) was founded. Entire process of writing – invention, drafting, feedback, revision In 1966 Robert Kaplan introduced the idea of contrastive rhetoric 2. Background to the teaching of writing
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Contrastive rhetoric Robert Kaplan The comparison of different type of writing in terms of organizational patterns “Each language and each culture has a paragraph order unique to itself, and,,, part of the learning of a particular language is the mastery of its logical system.” (Kaplan)
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Contrastive rhetoric Semitic group- extensive parallel
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