Title

The Value of Student Writing as Reading

Abstract

Professors often do not consider the student writing they commission in their courses as valuable reading material, viewing it instead as "practice" or as "mere apprentice work." This essay argues that student work is often informative and enlightening and suggests ways in which instructors can approach student work as worthwhile reading.

Publication Date

Summer 1-1-2012

Department

Rhetoric and Composition

Document Type

Book Chapter

Keywords

Composition, Pedagogy, Rhetoric, Writing

Language

English

Format

text

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