Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Kathleen M. Hunzer|
|LC Classifications||PE1404 .C6135 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012010906|
Collaborative Learning and Writing by Kathleen M. Hunzer is a collection of essays on using small groups in teaching English and composition. Published in 2012, this book explores various aspects of academic writing, rhetoric, peer review, English language, and study and teaching in higher education.
Collaborative learning offers numerous advantages for students in the field of English and composition. By working in small groups, students have the opportunity to share ideas, provide feedback, and engage in critical thinking. This collaborative approach enhances their writing skills and helps them develop a deeper understanding of the subject matter.
In Collaborative Learning and Writing, Kathleen M. Hunzer delves into strategies for improving academic writing through collaborative efforts. The book provides insights into how students can work together to refine their writing style, structure their arguments effectively, and enhance the overall coherence and clarity of their work.
Peer review is an essential aspect of collaborative learning and writing. This book highlights the benefits of peer review as a tool for students to provide constructive criticism, identify areas for improvement, and learn from each other's writing. By engaging in peer review, students not only receive valuable feedback but also develop their critical evaluation skills.
Collaborative Learning and Writing focuses on the study and teaching of the English language in higher education. It explores innovative methods for instructing students in English language skills, such as grammar, vocabulary, and comprehension. The book emphasizes the importance of collaboration in language learning, enabling students to actively participate and practice their language skills in a supportive environment.
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