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Coping with "Advanced German Composition": Teaching Writing as Genre Writing
Die Unterrichtspraxis / Teaching German
Vol. 26, No. 1 (Spring, 1993), pp. 50-55
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Courses in "Advanced Conversation, Grammar and Composition" are catch-alls for a variety of language skills and are fed by a student population with differing levels of communicative competence and expectations. In such a heterogeneous setting, the process of essay-writing can serve as an integrating factor. The syllabus of an advanced composition class can effectively be structured around genre writing. Genre writing applies to a canon of essay formats, the lexical, stylistic, and organizational conventions of which are taught, setting recognizable standards.
Die Unterrichtspraxis / Teaching German © 1993 American Association of Teachers of German