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Seeing Academic Writing with a New “I”

By Rebecca Feldbusch
How often do we tell our students (or ourselves) that making personal connections will strengthen their writing, and yet when it comes to academic writing warn against employing the evil "I"? In this essay, Rebecca Feldbusch pushes back against the strong admonitions of teachers across the…
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Writing and Reading in the Classroom

By James Britton
Within this foundational piece, Britton describes examples of K-university classroom practice (including the work of some NWP teachers), as well as theory and research supporting learning environments where reading, writing, and talk become catalysts for collaboration and learning. The depth…
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