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Evaluating Writing: The Role of Teachers' Knowledge about Text, Learning, and Culture

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Editor(s): Charles Cooper, Lee Odell

These essays assume that we need to distinguish between grading and evaluation, develop our ability to describe students' writing, connect teaching and evaluation, and continually reexamine the assumptions and practices that guide our evaluation of student writing.

Level(s): Secondary, College

ISBN/ISSN: 0-8141-1625-6

Stock No.: 16256

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A sequel to Cooper and Odell's 1977 bestseller, Evaluating Writing, this collection will guide a new generation of writing teachers through the complexities of evaluation. The 17 essays collected here represent a variety of approaches to evaluation. These essays assume that we need to distinguish between grading and evaluation, develop our ability to describe students' writing, connect teaching and evaluation, and continually reexamine the assumptions and practices that guide our evaluation of student writing.
408 pp. 1998. Grades 9–College. ISBN 0-8141-1625-6.
No. 16256

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