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February 04, 2013, at 05:27 PM CST by Mary G - Clark's textbook (15) states: "Ken Macrorie, in his 1970 texbook Telling Writing, insisted on the im
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*Genre Theory
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*Genre Theory Qimin Sheng
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**"This view (social contructionism) is based on the idea that individuals percieve the world according to shared beliefs and perceptions of the community or communities to which they belong..." (Clark 16) Qimin S.
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*Genre Theory
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*"Modern rhetoric does not so much replace one authority with another; rather it attacks the very idea of absolute authority." (Killingsworth as quoted by Clark 9)
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*"Modern rhetoric does not so much replace one authority with another; rather it attacks the very idea of absolute authority." (Killingsworth as quoted by Clark 9)Margaret E.G.
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**"...it implies a decentering of the writing class, a balancing of authority between students and teacher, so that students can particpate in their own learning through peer editing and writing groups"(Clark 17). Tabitha P.
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**"...it implies a decentering of the writing class, a balancing of authority between students and teacher, so that students can particpate in their own learning through peer editing and writing groups"(Clark 17). Tabitha P.
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*"Modern rhetoric does not so much replace one authority with another; rather it attacks the very idea of absolute authority." (Killingsworth as quoted by Clark 9)
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**"...it implies a decentering of the writing class, a balancing of authority between students and teacher, so that students can particpate in their own learning through peer editing and writing groups"(Clark 17). Tabitha Perez
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**"...it implies a decentering of the writing class, a balancing of authority between students and teacher, so that students can particpate in their own learning through peer editing and writing groups"(Clark 17). Tabitha P.
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**Collaborative Learning
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*Collaborative Learning
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**"...a series of sequenced, discreet stages sometimes called ''planning, drafting and revising'' - although today they are often referred to as ''preewriting, writing and rewriting'' (8). Nick S.
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**"...a series of sequenced, discreet stages sometimes called ''planning, drafting and revising'' - although today they are often referred to as ''preewriting, writing and rewriting'' (8). Nick S.
**Collaborative Learning
**"...it implies a decentering of the writing class, a balancing of authority between students and teacher, so that students can particpate in their own learning through peer editing and writing groups"(Clark 17). Tabitha Perez
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**"The mental construction of 'text' prior to transcription" (Witte 397). Myra B.
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**"The mental construction of 'text' prior to transcription" (Witte 397). Myra B.
*The Writing Process
**"...a series of sequenced, discreet stages sometimes called ''planning, drafting and revising'' - although today they are often referred to as ''preewriting, writing and rewriting'' (8). Nick S
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**"The mental construction of 'text' prior to transcription" (Witte 397).
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**"The mental construction of 'text' prior to transcription" (Witte 397). Myra B.
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*Asynchronous discussions-when students write separate messages at different times.(19) Nicole Q.
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*Asynchronous discussions-when students write separate messages at different times.(19) Nicole Q.
*Pre-text
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**Engfish- Ken Macrorie defines as institutional language or language that conceals rather that reveals a personal self. (15). Nicole Q.

**Synchronous (real-time) discussions- used when students are on the computer at the same time (19) Nicole Q.
**Asynchronous discussions-when students write separate messages at different times.(19) Nicole Q.
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*Engfish- Ken Macrorie defines as institutional language or language that conceals rather that reveals a personal self. (15). Nicole Q.

*Synchronous (real-time) discussions- used when students are on the computer at the same time (19) Nicole Q.
*Asynchronous discussions-when students write separate messages at different times.(19) Nicole Q.
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Engfish- Ken Macrorie defines as institutional language or language that conceals rather that reveals a personal self. (15). Nicole Q.
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**Engfish- Ken Macrorie defines as institutional language or language that conceals rather that reveals a personal self. (15). Nicole Q.

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Synchronous (real-time) discussions- used when students are on the computer at the same time (19) Nicole Q.
**Asynchronous discussions-when students write separate messages at different times.(19) Nicole Q.
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**..."a defect, an obstacle or some problem or situation that is not what it ought to be or at least needs attention. The idea of 'exigence' can enable students to begin the process of writing and keep them focused on a writing task as they develop ideas and formulate an approach. It can also motive revision, as they consider the potential impact on an audience and revisit the context, occasion, and purpose for writing" (Clark 9). Andrea P.
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**..."a defect, an obstacle or some problem or situation that is not what it ought to be or at least needs attention. The idea of 'exigence' can enable students to begin the process of writing and keep them focused on a writing task as they develop ideas and formulate an approach. It can also motive revision, as they consider the potential impact on an audience and revisit the context, occasion, and purpose for writing" (Clark 9). Andrea P.
Engfish- Ken Macrorie defines as institutional language or language that conceals rather that reveals a personal self. (15). Nicole Q.
Synchronous (real-time) discussions- used when students are on the computer at the same time (19) Nicole Q.
Asynchronous discussions-when students write separate messages at different times.(19) Nicole Q
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*Post Process-theory which "refers to the idea that the process movement is no longer pertinent, either theoretically or pedagogically" including ideas such as "it is impossible to model communication, and, therefore, there is not writing process that can be presented in the classroom." (Clark 21) Annastacia S.
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A seminal work is a highly influential work that laid the foundation for further development (common knowledge/Marriam-Webster). Daniel D.
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**A seminal work is a highly influential work that laid the foundation for further development (common knowledge/Marriam-Webster). Daniel D.
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Cognitive Psychology - "to understand an observable behavior (such as writing), one must understand the mental structures that determine that behavior." (Clark 12) Nicholas Martinez
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*Cognitive Psychology - "to understand an observable behavior (such as writing), one must understand the mental structures that determine that behavior." (Clark 12) Nicholas Martinez
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*Rhetorical Situation: any sort of problem, or situation, that can be dealt with through writing. This can help a student find a purpose for writing (Clark 9). Alyssa Dykes
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*Rhetorical Situation: any sort of problem, or situation, that can be dealt with through writing. This can help a student find a purpose for writing (Clark 9). Alyssa Dykes
*Exigence
**..."a defect, an obstacle or some problem or situation that is not what it ought to be or at least needs attention. The idea of 'exigence' can enable students to begin the process of writing and keep them focused on a writing task as they develop ideas and formulate an approach. It can also motive revision, as they consider the potential impact on an audience and revisit the context, occasion, and purpose for writing" (Clark 9). Andrea P.
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Cognitive Psychology - "to understand an observable behavior (such as writing), one must understand the mental structures that determine that behavior." (Clark 12) Nicholas Martinez
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Cognitive Psychology - "to understand an observable behavior (such as writing), one must understand the mental structures that determine that behavior." (Clark 12) Nicholas Martinez
*Rhetorical Situation: any sort of problem, or situation, that can be dealt with through writing. This can help a student find a purpose for writing (Clark 9). Alyssa Dykes
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A seminal work is a highly influential work that laid the foundation for further development (common knowledge/Marriam-Webster). Daniel D.
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**"enables students to approach a text purposefully, not simply to begin reading passively, sentence by sentence without considering why it was written" (Clark 2).
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**"enables students to approach a text purposefully, not simply to begin reading passively, sentence by sentence without considering why it was written" (Clark 2). - John Hill
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**"enables students to approach a text purposefully, not simply to begin reading passively, sentence by sentence without considering why it was written" (Clark 2).
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Cognitive Psychology - "to understand an observable behavior (such as writing), one must understand the mental structures that determine that behavior." (Clark 12)
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Cognitive Psychology - "to understand an observable behavior (such as writing), one must understand the mental structures that determine that behavior." (Clark 12) Nicholas Martinez
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**Clark's term for processes that includes reflection and quick overview or reading, then reading for meaning and structure, then the third and final pass where one interacts with the text (Clark 10) Rebecca L.
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**Clark's term for processes that includes reflection and quick overview or reading, then reading for meaning and structure, then the third and final pass where one interacts with the text (Clark 10) Rebecca L.
Cognitive Psychology - "to understand an observable behavior (such as writing), one must understand the mental structures that determine that behavior." (Clark 12)
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** in relation to writing views writing as process and not a (Clark 2). This approach has suggested that understanding and teaching writing requires an understanding of activities in which writers engage when they create and produce a text, as opposed to analyzing and attempting to reproduce texts" (Clark 6). This has resulted in, among others, linear and recursive approaches to writing.
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** in relation to writing views writing as process and not a (Clark 2). This approach has suggested that understanding and teaching writing requires an understanding of activities in which writers engage when they create and produce a text, as opposed to analyzing and attempting to reproduce texts" (Clark 6). This has resulted in, among others, linear and recursive approaches to writing. -Elizabeth H.
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** in relation to writing views writing as process and not a (Clark 2). This approach has suggested that understanding and teaching writing requires an understanding of activities in which writers engage when they create and produce a text, as opposed to analyzing and attempting to reproduce texts" (Clark 6). This has resulted in, among others, linear and recursive approaches to writing.
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**"Social constructionist approaches to composition emphasize the role of community in shaping discourse and the importance of understanding community expectations when working with students" (Clark 16).
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**"Social constructionist approaches to composition emphasize the role of community in shaping discourse and the importance of understanding community expectations when working with students" (Clark 16). Angela R.
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**"Social constructionist approaches to composition emphasize the role of community in shaping discourse and the importance of understanding community expectations when working with students" (Clark 16).
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**..."infusing a text with the writers presence... [voice] constitutes both a motivating source and a source of power" (Clark 15). Peyton C.
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**..."infusing a text with the writers presence... [voice] constitutes both a motivating force and a source of power" (Clark 15). Peyton C.
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**..."infusing a text with the writers presence... [voice] constitutes both a motivating source and a source of power" (Clark 15). Peyton C.
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**Clark's term for processes that includes reflection and quick overview or reading, then reading for meaning and structure, then the third and final pass where one interacts with the text (Clark 10)
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**Clark's term for processes that includes reflection and quick overview or reading, then reading for meaning and structure, then the third and final pass where one interacts with the text (Clark 10) Rebecca L.
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**"...places the writer in the center...employs freewriting, journal keeping, reflective writing, and small group dialogic collaborative response..." (Fulkerson 667). Rebecca L.
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**"Is understood broadly as a discourse of power that operates across a wide field of communicative practices and performances including language, embodied gesture, place and space, and visual imagery." (from a job ad) Susan G
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**"Is understood broadly as a discourse of power that operates across a wide field of communicative practices and performances including language, embodied gesture, place and space, and visual imagery." (from a job ad) Susan G
*"Three-pass approach"
**Clark's term for processes that includes reflection and quick overview or reading, then reading for meaning and structure, then the third and final pass where one interacts with the text (Clark 10)
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*Social Constructionism
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**"Is understood broadly as a discourse of power that operates across a wide field of communicative practices and performances including language, embodied gesture, place and space, and visual imagery." (from a job ad) Susan G
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