The Michigan Series on Teaching Multilingual Writers

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The Michigan Series on Teaching Multilingual Writers addresses a variety of issues of interest to L2 writing teachers of all levels and in all settings. The Michigan Series treats these issues in a focused and illustrative manner. Topics include teacher-student writing conferences, peer review, reading-writing connections, error treatment, technology and L2 writing, assessment, and many more.

Important Features of the Series:

  • Comprehensibility: Each issue is treated thoroughly, considering various teaching situations, such as foreign and second language environments, both inside and beyond the classroom; beginning, intermediate and advanced levels; and academic and special purposes programs.
  • Illustrativeness: In order to make each book highly accessible and reader-friendly, voices of L2 writing teachers, students, and researchers will be included.
  • Research-based data: Topical discussions are based on data collected from L2 writing classrooms, teachers, students, parents, and school communities to ensure widest accessibility.
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The Michigan Series on Teaching Multilingual Writers

The Michigan Series on Teaching Multilingual Writers addresses a variety of issues of interest to L2 writing teachers of all levels and in all settings. The Michigan Series treats these issues in a focused and illustrative manner. Topics include teacher-student writing conferences, peer review, reading-writing connections, error treatment, technology and L2 writing, assessment, and many more.

Important Features of the Series:

  • Comprehensibility: Each issue is treated thoroughly, considering various teaching situations, such as foreign and second language environments, both inside and beyond the classroom; beginning, intermediate and advanced levels; and academic and special purposes programs.
  • Illustrativeness: In order to make each book highly accessible and reader-friendly, voices of L2 writing teachers, students, and researchers will be included.
  • Research-based data: Topical discussions are based on data collected from L2 writing classrooms, teachers, students, parents, and school communities to ensure widest accessibility.

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Diane Belcher
Jun Liu

Series Editors

Diane Belcher
Jun Liu


If you're interested in contributing to the series, please contact:

Diane Belcher
Department of Applied Linguistics/ESL
Georgia State University
Email: dbelcher1@gsu.edu

Jun Liu

State University of New York—Stony Brook

E. 5311 Melville Library

Stony Brook, NY 11794-3379

Email: Jun.liu@stonybrook.edu


Kelly Sippell
University of Michigan Press
Email: ksippell@umich.edu
Phone: 734-764-4447

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Submissions

If you're interested in contributing to the series, please contact:

Diane Belcher
Department of Applied Linguistics/ESL
Georgia State University
Email: dbelcher1@gsu.edu

Jun Liu

State University of New York—Stony Brook

E. 5311 Melville Library

Stony Brook, NY 11794-3379

Email: Jun.liu@stonybrook.edu


Kelly Sippell
University of Michigan Press
Email: ksippell@umich.edu
Phone: 734-764-4447


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