In Process This, Nancy DeJoy argues that even recent revisions
to composition studies, cultural studies, service learning, and
social process movements--continue to repress the subjects and
methodologies that should be central, especially at the level of
classroom practice. Designed to move student discourses beyond the
classroom, these approaches nonetheless continue to position
composition students (and teachers) as mere consumers of the
discipline. This means that the subjects, methodologies, and
theory/practice relationships that define the field are often
absent in composition classrooms.
Arguing that the world inside and outside of the academy cannot
be any different if the profession stays the same, DeJoy creates a
pedagogy and a plan for faculty development that revisions the
prewrite/write/rewrite triad to open spaces for participation and
contribution to all members of first-year writing classrooms.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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