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Response to Student Writing is a valuable theoretical and practical resource for those involved in this crucial work, including L2 composition researchers, in-service and preservice teachers of ESOL/EFL writers, and teacher educators preparing graduate students for the teaching of writing. The question is difficult because there is little agreement among teachers or researchers about how teachers should respond to student writing. Much of the conflict over teacher response to written work has been whether teacher feedback should focus on form (e.g., grammar, mechanics) or on content (e.g., organization, amount of detail).Cited by: Book Review: Response to Student Writing, by Dana R. Ferris By: Gabriela Segade Publication: The Quarterly, Vol. 26, No. 3 Date: Summary: Segade reviews Dana R. Ferris's Response to Student Writing, which surveys the research on teacher response to second-language writing and discusses how the findings translate into classroom principles and practices. Response to student writing. Urbana, Ill.: National Council of Teachers of English, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sarah Warshauer Freedman; Cynthia Greenleaf; Melanie Sperling.
To write a journal response to a book, start by writing a summary of the book to explain the author’s main points, and provide 1 to 2 quotes from the text to support your analysis. Then, give your commentary on the book, explaining why you agree or disagree with what the author says%(46). But the regular rules change a bit when you write a response paper. A response (or reaction) paper differs from the formal review primarily in that it is written in the first person. Unlike in more formal writing, the use of phrases like "I thought" and "I believe" is encouraged in a response : Grace Fleming. Book reports, literature response, predicting and inferring worksheets for learners to use when responding to reading. Responding to text helps to determine the level of comprehension a student has. The better the student can infer or predict, means they are better readers as they are comprehending what they are reading. A Sourcebook for Responding to Student Writing, Richard Straub, Ed. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, Lisa’s Take: Although this book uses college essays for its sampling of how teachers respond to students’ writing, its articles and examples can be applied to any level of student writing.
A Sourcebook for Responding to Student Writing is a resource for writing teachers. It provides a range of teacher comments on a sampling of college student papers and an anthology of key statements on theory and practice of responding to student writing. Specifically, the book presents: twenty-five sets of responses, made on a sampling of five student papers, including expressive, explanatory. Response to Student Writing is a valuable theoretical and practical resource for those involved in this crucial work, including L2 composition researchers, in-service and preservice teachers of ESOL/EFL writers, and teacher educators preparing graduate students for the teaching of by: A two-time Braddock Award winner, Sommers is well known for her research and publications on student writing. Her articles Revision Strategies of Student and Experienced Writers and Responding to Student Writing are two of the most widely read and anthologized articles in the field of by: 7. A text response by definition is specifically a response to a book you have read but it can also be a response to a film you have just seen, a game you have been playing, or for more mature students it could be a response to decision the government is making that effects you or your community that you have read from a newspaper or website.