1. Concepts in Writing and Learning to Write in a Second
2. Understanding Student Populations and Instructional Contexts
3. Composition Pedagogies: Theory, Principle, and Practice
4. Reading, Genre Awareness, and Task Design in the L2 Composition Course
5. Course Design and Instructional Planning for the L2 Writing Course
6. Classroom Assessment of L2 Writing
7. Response to Student Writing: Issues and Options for Giving and Facilitating Feedback
8. Improving Accuracy in Student Writing: Error Treatment in the Composition Class
9. Developing Language Skills in the Writing Class: Why, What, How, and Who
Dana R. Ferris is professor in the University Writing Program at the University of California, Davis, United States. John S. Hedgcock is professor of Applied Linguistics at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, California, United States.
"An excellent introduction to the main issues involved in teaching
L2 writers. Current and future teachers will find the broad
coverage, seamless blending of theory and practice, and accessible
style the perfect starting point for building their understanding
of teaching L2 writing."
Christine Tardy, DePaul University, USA