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'''NCTE Journal''': National Council of Teachers of English, a journal for high school English Teachers (59). http://www.ncte.org/. -Andrea P.
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'''NCTE Journal''': National Council of Teachers of English, a "journal for high school English teachers" (59). http://www.ncte.org/. -Andrea P.
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''''Alignment'''': Term coined by Robert Tierney and P. David Pearson (1983) to describe the different points of view from which a reader constructs a text while reading. The term has two facets the stance of the reader or author, and how the audience or author proceed with the topic. (114). Matt M.
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'''Alignment''': Term coined by Robert Tierney and P. David Pearson (1983) to describe the different points of view from which a reader constructs a text while reading. The term has two facets the stance of the reader or author, and how the audience or author proceed with the topic. (114). Matt M.
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''''Primary Trait Analysis'''': I couldn't find a good definition in Huot, but I did find this definition at [[http://wp.missouristate.edu/assessment/3124.htm]]: the process of identifying critical traits or characteristics we expect in our students' work product. After the primary traits are identified, specific criteria with performance standards, are defined for each trait. (86) Matt M.
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'''Primary Trait Analysis''': I couldn't find a good definition in Huot, but I did find this definition at [[http://wp.missouristate.edu/assessment/3124.htm]]: the process of identifying critical traits or characteristics we expect in our students' work product. After the primary traits are identified, specific criteria with performance standards, are defined for each trait. (86) Matt M.
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"'''Wandering Viewpoint"''': Huot writes this term coined by Wolfgang Iser is "the flexible nature of the expectations in her ability to comprehend written discourse" (119). Cris R.
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'''Wandering Viewpoint''': Huot writes this term coined by Wolfgang Iser is "the flexible nature of the expectations in her ability to comprehend written discourse" (119). Cris R.
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''''Primary Trait Analysis'''': I couldn't find a good definition in Huot, but I did find this definition at [[http://wp.missouristate.edu/assessment/3124.htm]]: the process of identifying critical traits or characteristics we expect in our students' work product. After the primary traits are identified, specific criteria with performance standards, are defined for each trait. (86) Matt M.
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'''The Phenomenology of Error''': by Joseph Williams's (1981)article, where the reader (usually an English teacher) fails to note the multitude of errors within a piece of writing because she is not looking for them. She is reading in her role as professional colleague, and she assumes and therefore receives mechanical correctness, whether it is in the text or not, from an author she believes to be an authority (115-116). Mary G.

'''Instructive evaluation''': "involves the student in the process of evaluation, making her aware of what it is she is trying to create and how well her current draft matches the linguistic and rhetorical targets she has set for herself, targets that have come from her understanding of the context, audience, purpose and other rhetorical features of a specific piece of writing." (69). What is key to instructive evaluation, according to Huot, is the student involvement in "all phases of the assessment of her work" (69). Roxanne L.

"'''Wandering Viewpoint"''': Huot writes this term coined by Wolfgang Iser is "the flexible nature of the expectations in her ability to comprehend written discourse" (119). Cris R.

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'''Reading''': Huot states that reading "is a dynamic, meaning-making activity that revolves around the individual reader's attempt to understand and interpret what has been written"(Huot 114). Tabitha P.
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'''Summative''': for of assessment "that exists outside of a context in which a student might improve her work" (65). Nick M.
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'''Instructive evaluation''': "involves the student in the process of evaluation, making her aware of what it is she is trying to create and how well her current draft matches the linguistic and rhetorical targets she has set for herself, targets that have come from her understanding of the context, audience, purpose and other rhetorical features of a specific piece of writing." (69). What is key to instructive evaluation, according to Huot, is the student involvement in "all phases of the assessment of her work" (69). Roxanne L.
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''''Primary Trait Analysis'''': I couldn't find a good definition in Huot, but I did find this definition at [[http://wp.missouristate.edu/assessment/3124.htm]]: the process of identifying critical traits or characteristics we expect in our students' work product. After the primary traits are identified, specific criteria with performance standards, are defined for each trait. (86) Matt M.


'''Reading''': Huot states that reading "is a dynamic, meaning-making activity that revolves around the individual reader's attempt to understand and interpret what has been written"(Huot 114). Tabitha P.




'''Summative''': for of assessment "that exists outside of a context in which a student might improve her work" (65). Nick M.


'''The Phenomenology of Error''': by Joseph Williams's (1981)article, where the reader (usually an English teacher) fails to note the multitude of errors within a piece of writing because she is not looking for them. She is reading in her role as professional colleague, and she assumes and therefore receives mechanical correctness, whether it is in the text or not, from an author she believes to be an authority (115-116). Mary G.


"'''Wandering Viewpoint"''': Huot writes this term coined by Wolfgang Iser is "the flexible nature of the expectations in her ability to comprehend written discourse" (119). Cris R.
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'''NCTE Journal''': National Council of Teachers of English, a journal for high school English Teachers (59). http://www.ncte.org/. -Andrea P.
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'''Formative''': "judgments that allow the student to improve" (65). Nick M.

'''Summative''': for of assessment "that exists outside of a context in which a student might improve her work" (65). Nick M.
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'''Reading''': Huot states that reading "is a dynamic, meaning-making activity that revolves around the individual reader's attempt to understand and interpret what has been written(Huot 114). Tabitha P.
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'''Reading''': Huot states that reading "is a dynamic, meaning-making activity that revolves around the individual reader's attempt to understand and interpret what has been written"(Huot 114). Tabitha P.
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'''Reading''': Huot states that reading "is a dynamic, meaning-making activity that revolves around the individual reader's attempt to understand and interpret what has been written(Huot 114). Tabitha P.
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'''Classic definition of writing assessment''': Huot discusses a classic definition of writing assessment from Leo Ruth and Sandra Murphy (1988), which is still used; Huot mentions this classic definition because it makes no attempt to distinguish assessing from grading or testing student writing: assessment of writing occurs when a teacher, evaluator or researcher obtains information about a abilities in (Huot 76). -Natalie C.
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"'''Wandering Viewpoint"''': Huot writes this term coined by Wolfgang Iser is "the flexible nature of the expectations in her ability to comprehend written discourse" (119). Cris R.
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'''Instructive evaluation''': "involves the student in the process of evaluation, making her aware of what it is she is trying to create and how well her current draft matches the linguistic and rhetorical targets she has set for herself, targets that have come from her understanding of the context, audience, purpose and other rhetorical features of a specific piece of writing." (69). What is key to instructive evaluation, according to Huot, is the student involvement in "all phases of the assessment of her work" (69). Roxanne L.
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'''The Phenomenology of Error''': by Joseph Williams's (1981)article, where the reader (usually an English teacher) fails to note the multitude of errors within a piece of writing because she is not looking for them. She is reading in her role as professional colleague, and she assumes and therefore receives mechanical correctness, whether it is in the text or not, from an author she believes to be an authority (115-116)." Mary G.
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'''The Phenomenology of Error''': by Joseph Williams's (1981)article, where the reader (usually an English teacher) fails to note the multitude of errors within a piece of writing because she is not looking for them. She is reading in her role as professional colleague, and she assumes and therefore receives mechanical correctness, whether it is in the text or not, from an author she believes to be an authority (115-116). Mary G.
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'''The Phenomenology of Error''': by Joseph Williams's (1981)article, where the reader (usually an English teacher) fails to note the multitude of errors within a piece of writing because she is not looking for them. She is reading in her role as professional colleague, and she assumes and therefore receives mechanical correctness, whether it is in the text or not, from an author she believes to be an authority (115-116)." Mary M.
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'''The Phenomenology of Error''': by Joseph Williams's (1981)article, where the reader (usually an English teacher) fails to note the multitude of errors within a piece of writing because she is not looking for them. She is reading in her role as professional colleague, and she assumes and therefore receives mechanical correctness, whether it is in the text or not, from an author she believes to be an authority (115-116)." Mary G.
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'''The Phenomenology of Error''' by Joseph Williams's (1981)article, where the reader (usually an English teacher) fails to note the multitude of errors within a piece of writing because she is not looking for them. She is reading in her role as professional colleague, and she assumes and therefore receives mechanical correctness, whether it is in the text or not, from an author she believes to be an authority (115-116)."
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'''The Phenomenology of Error''': by Joseph Williams's (1981)article, where the reader (usually an English teacher) fails to note the multitude of errors within a piece of writing because she is not looking for them. She is reading in her role as professional colleague, and she assumes and therefore receives mechanical correctness, whether it is in the text or not, from an author she believes to be an authority (115-116)." Mary M.
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'''The Phenomenology of Error'''by Joseph Williams's (1981)article, where the reader (usually an English teacher) fails to note the multitude of errors within a piece of writing because she is not looking for them. She is reading in her role as professional colleague, and she assumes and therefore receives mechanical correctness, whether it is in the text or not, from an author she believes to be an authority (115-116)."
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'''The Phenomenology of Error''' by Joseph Williams's (1981)article, where the reader (usually an English teacher) fails to note the multitude of errors within a piece of writing because she is not looking for them. She is reading in her role as professional colleague, and she assumes and therefore receives mechanical correctness, whether it is in the text or not, from an author she believes to be an authority (115-116)."
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'''The Phenomenology of Error'''by Joseph Williams's (1981)article, where the reader (usually an English teacher) fails to note the multitude of errors within a piece of writing because she is not looking for them. She is reading in her role as professional colleague, and she assumes and therefore receives mechanical correctness, whether it is in the text or not, from an author she believes to be an authority (115-116)."
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''''Primary Trait Analysis'''': I couldn't find a good definition in Huot, but I did find this definition at [[http://wp.missouristate.edu/assessment/3124.htm]]: the process of identifying critical traits or characteristics we expect in our students' work product. After the primary traits are identified, specific criteria with performance standards, are defined for each trait. (86) Matt M.
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''''Alignment'''': Term coined by Robert Tierney and P. David Pearson (1983) to describe the different points of view from which a reader constructs a text while reading. The term has two facets the stance of the reader or author, and how the audience or author proceed with the topic. (114). Matt M.
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