Teaching and learning academic writing: Narratives of future destinations.
Andrew, Martin; Romova, Zina
Citation:Andrew, M., and Romova, Z. (2014). Teaching and learning academic writing: Narratives of future destinations. The TESOLANZ Journal, 22, pp.43-55.
Permanent link to Research Bank record:http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3060
Focus: Qualitative project relating content and form of AW portfolios to: Student ‘destinations’, ‘disciplinary communities’ and ‘imagined communities’ The need of more specificity in creating ‘disciplinary identities’ (Coffin, 2013) for ‘professional membership’ (Gunawardena & Wilson, 2012) The role of the ‘portfolio approach’ in engaging students with discourses needed for future destinations Target communities: SS develop abilities to write discourses aligned with present & future majors: Nursing, Business Studies, ECE, Computer Science, Communication, Medicine, Statistics, Social Practice 41 participants over 2 semesters, in 2 cohorts each semester: 18-39; 14M-27F; China, HK, Korea, Japan, Russia, Vietnam, Somalia, Ethiopia, Israel, Tonga, Nepal, Malaysia,