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Title Service-learning and writing : paving the way for literacy(ies) through community engagement / edited by Isabel Baca.
Imprint Leiden : Brill, 2012.

Series Studies in writing, 1572-6304 ; 26
Studies in writing ; v. 26.
Subject Authorship -- Study and teaching.
Service learning.
Literacy.
Alt Name Baca, Isabel, 1965-
Add Title Service-learning and writing : paving the way for literacies through community engagement
Service-learning and writing : paving the way for literacy through community engagement
Series Studies in writing, 1572-6304 ; 26
Studies in writing ; v. 26.
Subject Authorship -- Study and teaching.
Service learning.
Literacy.
Alt Name Baca, Isabel, 1965-
Add Title Service-learning and writing : paving the way for literacies through community engagement
Service-learning and writing : paving the way for literacy through community engagement
Description 1 online resource (XXVI, 271 pages :) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Service-Learning and Writing: Paving the Way for Literacy(Ies) Through Community Engagement; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction -- Service-Learning: Engaging Writers with Their Communities; 1. Bridging Classroom and Community: An Approach to Doing Service-Learning in the Writing Classroom; 2. Community and Client Partnerships for Students Writing About Science: Exploiting a Situated Rhetorical Context; 3. Team Writing for the Community: Literacies Developed in a Service-Learning Context.
4. Why Are You Making Me Do This? An Examination of Student Attitudes Toward Writing with the Community Service-Learning Projects5. Writing While Participating: Incorporating Ethnography in Service-Learning Across the Curriculum; 6. Service-Learning with Transnational Students in Cross-Cultural Contexts: A Case Study on the U.S.-México Border; 7. Finding a Shared Path: Journal Writing, Reciprocity, and International Service-Learning; 8. Composing Cognition: The Role of Written Reflections in Service-Learning; 9. Assessing Adaptive Transfer in Community-Based Writing.
10. The ''New Discourse City'' of Older Writers: Aging and Disability as Assets to Collaborative LearningAfterword: Community Writing Pedagogies in the Spirit of the New Mestiza; References; Author Index; Subject Index; List of Volumes.
Summary Demonstrates how writing instruction and/or writing practice can complement community engagement and outreach at local, national, and international contexts. This title discusses service-learning as a teaching and learning method and its integration with writing.
ISBN 9789004248472 (electronic bk.)
9004248471 (electronic bk.)
9781781902653
1781902658
OCLC # 866578871
Additional Format Print version: Service-learning and writing : paving the way for literacy(ies) through community engagement. Boston, Massachusetts : Brill, 2012 Studies in writing ; 26 1572-6304 9781781902653 (DLC) 17521805


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