Crossing divides : exploring translingual writing pedagogies and programs / edited by Bruce Horner, Laura Tetreault.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Logan : Utah State University Press, [2017]
Description
vi, 216 pages ; 23 cm

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Summary note
"Crossing Divides offers diverse perspectives from leading scholars on the design and implementation of translingual writing pedagogies and programs"--Provided by publisher.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Introduction / Bruce Horner and Laura Tetreault -- Toward a new vocabulary of motives and dispositions : addressing the literacy needs of novice writers in a translingual world / Juan Guerra and Ann Shivers-McNair -- Translingual practice, ethnic identities, and voice in writing / Sara Alvarez, Suresh Canagarajah, Eunjeong Lee, Jerry Lee, and Shakil Rabbi -- Enacting a translingual writing program : two courses, two countries, two universities, one student community / William Lalicker -- Who owns English in South Korea? / Patricia Bizzell -- Teaching translingual agency in iteration : rewriting difference / Bruce Horner -- Disrupting monolingual ideologies in a community college : a translingual studio approach / Katie Malcolm -- Using writing assessment to create the conditions for translingual pedagogies / Asao B. Inoue -- Seizing an opportunity for translingual FYC at the University of Maine : provocative complexities, unexpected consequences / Dylan Dryer and Paige Mitchell -- Approaching translingualism in a "global" university / Chris Gallagher and Matt Noonan -- Crossing, or creating, divides? : a plea for transdisciplinary scholarship / Christine M. Tardy -- Ins and outs of translingual writing studies / Thomas Lavelle -- Language difference and translingual enactments / Kate Mangelsdorf.
ISBN
  • 9781607326199 (paperback)
  • 1607326191 (paperback)
LCCN
2016034817
OCLC
956263785
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