The process vs genre debate
An Aboriginal education perspective
This paper examines the debate between process and genre approaches to language teaching and learning in a particular cross-cultural and English as a Second Language setting. It argues a position based on the analysis of both the respective theoretical assumptions as well as the evidence from classroom practice.
Published online: 01 January 1990
Australian Bureau of Statistics and the North Australian Research Unit
Cambourne, B., P. Farrar, J. Hammond, R. Pretty, M. Stone, and E. Vine
(1984) Some current issues in first language writing development. A paper prepared for discussion in the A.L.A.A. Working Group on Language Development at the A.L.A.A. Annual Congress, Alice Springs, Sept 1984.
Department of Employment Education and Training
Halliday, M.A.K. and R. Hasan
Martin, J. R.
Martin, J. R. and J. Rothery
Martin, J. R., F. Christie, and J. Rothery
Northern Territory Department of Education
Painter, C. and J. Martin
Walshe, R.D., P. March, and D. Jensen
Walton, C. and W. Eggington
Cited by 3 other publications
Malcolm, Ian G.
Martin, James R.
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