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Teaching effective source use : classroom approaches that work

Jennifer A. Mott-Smith (Author), Zuzana Tomaš (Author), Ilka Kostka (Author)
This is a comprehensive and practical resource for teachers who assign source-based writing assignments to second language students in a variety of settings. It may also be of use to those who teach in graduate L2 teacher training programs or Writing across the Curriculum courses, are consultants and tutors in writing centers, or are library faculty working with student researchers
Print Book, English, 2017
University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, MI, 2017
xv, 208 pages ; 26 cm
9780472036899, 0472036890
"Plagiarism" hysteria : taking a stance against the cat-and-mouse game
The concept dimension : exploring the cultural constructs surrounding the terms originality and plagiarism
The discourse dimension : teaching how writers use references to situate themselves in a discourse community
The sentence dimension : addressing patchwriting, paraphrasing, summarizing, and quoting
The process dimension : helping writers develop effective strategies for reading, thinking, and writing
The response dimension : developing discussions around source use decisions
Bringing it all together : teaching the dimensions of source use
"Michigan teacher resource"--Cover