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Much Writing Begets Good Writing: Some Considerations for Teaching Writing in an Anglophone Creole Context
(School of Education, UWI, St. Augustine, 2011)
Writing for academic purposes is, without doubt, an extremely difficult task for many university students in the Anglophone Creole context. The teaching of writing to many of these students is equally challenging because ...
The Importance of Writing and Publishing Case Reports During Medical Training
(Cureus, Inc., 2017)
Case reports are valuable resources of unusual information that may lead to new research and advances in clinical practice. Many journals and medical databases recognize the time-honored importance of case reports as a ...
Revisiting "writing in spite of teachers: issues in teaching writing (Trinidad and Tobago)" 20 years later
(School of Education, UWI, St. Augustine, 2014)
This article investigated the extent to which Watts' (1993) claim that English teachers in Trinidad and Tobago used "simplistic, unintegrated and outdated strategies for teaching writing" (p. 68) was true. Four in-service ...
The learning and feedback provision of academic writing: Beliefs held by pre-service teachers of English
(UNIV COMPLUTENSE MADRID. SERVICIO PUBLICACIONES, 2017)
Cooperative writing response groups: revising global aspects of second-language writing in a constrained educational environment
This article describes a cooperative writing response initiative designed to develop writing skills in foreign/second-language contexts (hereafter L2). The strategy originated from my desire to cater for my learners’ need ...