If you're a composition instructor, the longstanding wrangling over which voice to foster in the classroom - the native or the academic - doesn't help you teach 100 entering freshman, each with wildly different voices. In fact, the argument over voice invariably focuses on what you should be doing-not on what your student writers ARE doing. Voice as Process looks at how student writers use the voices of home and community to develop an academic voice. Through a thorough textual analysis of student portfolios, copious ...

Voice as Process 2005, Boynton/Cook Publishers

ISBN-13: 9780867095777

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