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Journal of Basic Writing

September 2004 Volume 23, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Issues of Attitude and Access: A Case Study of Basic Writers in a Computer Classroom

    Catherine Matthews Pavia

    I conducted teacher research in a basic writing computer classroom to discover what two basic writers brought to the computer classroom that could complicate their interactions with technology and ... More

    pp. 4-22

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  2. "Because We Are Shy and Fear Mistaking": Computer Mediated Communication with EFL Writers

    Martha Clark Cummings

    This article describes an experiment in Computer Mediated Communication conducted in two English as a Foreign Language (EFL) academic writing classes in rural Japan. In this online course for EFL... More

    pp. 23-48

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  3. The Best of BothWorlds: Teaching Basic Writers in Class and Online

    Linda Stine

    Basic writing students and online learning are not necessarily an ideal match. In hopes of stimulating more conversation and research on how technology can best advance the basic writing... More

    pp. 49-69

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