Article published in:Kijk op schrijven in T1 en T2
[Toegepaste Taalwetenschap in Artikelen 72] 2004
► pp. 47–53
T2:Recursiviteit En Taakgerichtheid
Uitgangspunten voor de programmering van schrijfvaardigheidsonderwijs
In this article, we discuss a course in academic writing for third-year students of Italian L2 at the university of Amsterdam. During the course, the students produce five argumentative texts. These texts are the end product of a series of tasks which cover the various stages of the writing process. Each task is subject to feedback. Feedback is given in different ways, but peer-peer review is an important feature of this course. The repetition of the writing process and the cooperation and interaction in the performing of the tasks enhance the students' awareness of the argumentative and formal aspects of writing and of their own language skills.
Published online: 24 March 2014
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