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Genre and Graduate-Level Research Writing

An Cheng

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In the context of the well-known pedagogical materials for graduate-level  writers by Swales & Feak, An Cheng has written a resource that provides support for instructors who have the daunting task of scaffolding graduate writers’ efforts to navigate discipline-specific research genres--genres that may be unfamiliar to instructors themselves.
 
Genre and Graduate-Level Research Writing is grounded in genre-based theory and full of best practices examples. The book opens by presenting the case for the use of genre in graduate-level research writing and by examining rhetorical consciousness-raising and its ties to genre. Unique to the volume is a thorough analysis of the materials designed to teach genre and research writing—focused on the textbooks of Swales & Feak (e.g., Academic Writing for Graduate Students) and similar texts. Other chapters provide examples of discovery-based genre tasks, evaluative methods for assessing discipline-specific writing, and techniques for becoming a more confident instructor of graduate-level research writing. 

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  • 240 pages.
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  • 2018
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  • 978-0-472-12454-1


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  • genre, research writing, academic writing, thesis, dissertations, graduate students, writing instructors, English for academic purposes, English for specific purposes, higher education, second language writing, genre analysis, genre theory, multilingual classrooms, rhetorical consciousness-raising, genre awareness, rhetorical moves, instructional materials,  discovery-based analysis,  discipline-specific writing, action research, pre-service teachers, in-service teachers, teacher training 

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