Teaching Writing, Revised
Teaching Writing, Revised

Teaching Writing, Revised

English Language Teacher Development

FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY

80 Pages, 7 x 10

Formats: Paperback, ebook: EPUB

Paperback, $19.95 (US $19.95) (CA $26.95)

Publication Date: February 2020

ISBN 9781945351860

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Overview

Do you think that the qualities of good writing are culture specific or universal? This reflective question and many others await your discussion and analysis in this revised edition of TESOL Press’s best-selling Teaching Writing, which explores different approaches to teaching writing in second language classrooms. This volume contains a new chapter, Designing Writing Assignments. New references and updated research, as well as lesson plans for teachers at various levels, are also included.

Author Biography

Zuzana Tomas is Associate Professor of ESL/TESOL at Eastern Michigan University, USA, where she teaches ESL writing and TESOL courses. She has taught English or offered professional development in Slovakia, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Syria, China, Indonesia, and the United States. Ilka Kostka is an associate teaching professor in the College of Professional Studies at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. She teaches and oversees undergraduate and graduate ESL courses and contributes to curriculum and program development. She received her PhD in bilingual education from New York University. Jennifer A. Mott-Smith is Professor of English and ESOL Coordinator at Towson University in Maryland, USA. Specializing in second language writing and committed to educational equity, she has taught ESL at the postsecondary level for over twenty-five years. Recently, she co-authored Teaching Effective Source Use: Classroom Approaches that Work.