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There is a clear need for more works that provide contemporary models. In order to help beginning writers understand and participate in the kinds of projects that engage real writers, we have developed a course that hinges on students' own experiences. Ultimately, our challenging beginning writers with real writing situations and heightening their awareness of what it means to read and write in the college setting enables a crucial goal of our work: preparing students to write with a sense of their own authorship or authority over the meanings they make.
Second, beginning writers often come from various ethnic backgrounds, bringing with them their own forms of literacy. " 2See The Discovery of Competence, pages 49-51, where the authors describe how the theories of Lev Vygotsky and Mikhail Bakhtin are useful for studying the effect of social context on writing. Likewise, Greene and Smith (chapter 8, this volume) draw on these theorists as they conduct their classroom research. "3 Berlin went on to mention ethnographic study as a remedy to this problem, pointing to the work of Shirley Brice Heath (Ways With Words) Dixie Goswami and Peter R.
It receives its authority from the voices of real teachers, TAs, adjuncts, students of rhetoricand from the voices of their students. By their own example, the writers show how to observe writers and classrooms, how to collect and interpret systematic data about student Page x learning, and how to theorize one's own classroom, rather than merely reading theory and somehow applying it. But not only do readers of this volume see teacher-researchers in action, readers also see the curriculum and the pedagogy that emerge from careful thought and investigation into writing and writers.