Whose goals? Whose aspirations? : learning to teach underprepared writers across the curriculum
KeywordsEnglish language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching -- United States
Report writing -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States
Interdisciplinary approach in education -- United States
Minorities -- Education (Higher) -- United States
Multicultural education -- United States
Language and culture -- United States
Remedial teaching -- United States
Education -- Aims and objectives
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A Kaleidoscope of Conflict -- An ESL Writer and Her Discipline-based Professor: Making Progress Even When Goals Don't Match -- A Discipline-based Professor's Overall Classroom Goal: Exploring Cultural Knowledge / Steve Fishman -- Student-Teacher Relations: A Mismatch of Goals and Expectations / Lucille McCarthy -- Conclusion / Steve Fishman and Lucille McCarthy -- Coda: The Researchers Continue to Converse / Steve Fishman and Lucille McCarthy -- Conflicting Discourses: Teacher and Student Making Progress in a Racialized Space -- An Early-Semester Homework Paper: White Teacher, Black Student, and Their Conflicting Discourses / Steve Fishman -- Instructional Supports that Helped: Class Discussions, Ungraded Writing, and Audiotaped Teacher Responses to Essay Drafts / Lucille McCarthy -- Conclusion / Steve Fishman and Lucille McCarthy -- Common Goals, Deweyan Community, and the Resolution of Freire's Teacher-Student Contradiction -- Linking Dewey's Community and Freire's Liberatory Classroom / Steve Fishman -- Dewey's Communal Ideals as Applied to Teacher-Student Relations / Steve Fishman and Lucille McCarthy -- Residue / Steve Fishman and Lucille McCarthy -- Coda: The Researchers Continue to Converse / Steve Fishman and Lucille McCarthy -- Conclusion: Sorting Conflict, Weaving Hope
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