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A Translingual Approach to Error in Student Writing
Please join us for an engaging presentation-working session
Monday, 7 May 2012, 4 - 6 PM
Wilson Library 4 Central Reading Room
“We call for a new paradigm: A translingual approach. This approach sees difference in language not as a barrier to be overcome or a problem to manage, but as a resource for producing meaning in writing, speaking, reading, and listening. (Horner, Lu, Royster, and Trimbur, 2011)
Endowed Chair of Rhetoric and Composition,
University of Louisville
Min Zhan Lu
Professor of English and University Scholar,University of Louisville
From 4-5 PM - a presentation-workshop about ways to respond to perceived errors in students’ writing
From 5-6 PM - a more focused discussion of the concepts and theories of translingualism, the teaching of writing, and the politics of style.
RSVPs appreciated to email@example.com
Sponsored by the Department of English & the Writing Instruction Support Program, WWU