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Responding to Student Writers
de Nancy Sommers
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This very short book (~35 pages)helps faculty think about the number, type, of disposition of comments on student papers. As we've often heard, this author also suggests that less is more when it comes to comments on student writing - and that the earlier those comments come in the writing process, the more likely there is to be student learning through the paper. The author also suggests that the use of drafts and rewrites are fundamental to student success.
A brief instructor resource, Nancy Sommers'Responding to Student Writers offers a model for thinking about response as a dialogue between students and teachers -- and for thinking about the benefits of responding to?writers as well as to their writing.
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Sommers’ theories on teaching writing are compatible with Constance Weaver’s theories on teaching grammar “an inch wide and a mile deep”—focus on one or two selected skills within each assignment to build and develop each student’s proficiency rather than trying to address every “error” in the writing. She also includes samples of her own responses to drafts and a handy graphic listing Best Practices for responding to student writing. My students and I have found this guide to be extremely useful. ( )