Linking Literacies provides the most up to date theoretical overview of the connection between reading and writing in second language acquisition. Belcher and Hirvela have brought together the definitive collection of developments in reading-writing relations research and pedagogy. Papers are organized into these parts: Ground Practice: Theory, Research, and History In the Classroom: Teaching Reading as Writing and Writing as Reading (E)Merging Literacies and the Challenge of Textual Ownership Technology-Assisted Reading and Writing. In addition to examining the ways in which L1 influences have affected the development of L2 reading-writing theory and pedagogy, Linking Literacies looks at how L2 reading-writing scholarship has created an identity separate of an L1 framework. Linking Literacies examines a broad range of questions and concerns within the structure of L2 reading-writing connections and L2 academic literacy through discussions of theory, research, and Both of them who wrote against Berrya#39;s essay were only talking about the advantages of using a computer.  They wrote ...  The two letters did not mention the disadvantages of the computer.  For example ...  When they get married and have a child, women usually sacrifice their careers over family.  This storyanbsp;...
|Author||:||Diane Dewhurst Belcher, Alan Hirvela|
|Publisher||:||University of Michigan Press/ESL - 2001|