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Teaching Composition As A Social Process

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Bruce McComiskey is a strong advocate of social approaches to teaching writing. However, he opposes composition teaching that relies on cultural theory for content, because it too often prejudges the ethical character of institutions and reverts unnecessarily to product-centered practices in the classroom. He opposes what he calls the "read-this-essay-and-do-what-the-autho ...more
Paperback, 180 pages
Published February 1st 2000 by Utah State University Press
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Many of McComiskey's assignments could be adapted for a freshmen-composition class.
All of the assignments are the same, but the book is very interesting.
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