Harris, Miles and Paine ask: What happens when the texts that
students write become the focus of a writing course? In response, a
distinguished group of scholar/teachers suggests that teaching with
students texts is not simply a classroom technique, but a way of
working with writing that defines composition as a field.
In Teaching with Student Texts, authors discuss ways of
revaluing student writing as intellectual work, of circulating
student texts in the classroom and beyond, and of changing our
classroom practices by bringing student writings to the table.
Together, these essays articulate a variety of ways that student
texts can take a central place in classroom work and can, in the
process, redefine the ways our field talks about writing.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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