To integrate or not? Interests, practice and the dialogic development of graduate students discourse skills
The literature has provided a necessary corrective to any notion that generic skills can be taught in ignorance of disciplinary-specific practices, but this does not mean that integration is the best way to proceed in all situations. In graduate studies, the writing culture is far more complex than in undergraduate work. It is difficult to see that there is a disciplinary discourse when graduate students have to produce different discourses in their disciplines. Discourse practices are as...[Show more]
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