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Grounded in current writing center theory and practice,The Allyn & Bacon Guide to Peer Tutoringprovides students with a comprehensive introduction to effective tutoring. Throughout the book, readers hear the voices of tutors and writers in first-person peer tutor accounts, reflective essays, and transcripts from actual sessions. Within each chapter, techniques, models, and exercises provide instruction appropriate for any level of tutoring.
Table of Contents
|Preface to the Second Edition||p. v|
|About the Authors||p. ix|
|Why We Tutor||p. 1|
|The Writing Process||p. 11|
|The Tutoring Process||p. 25|
|Examining Expectations||p. 47|
|Observing in the Writing Center||p. 61|
|Tutoring Practice||p. 73|
|Reflecting on the First Session||p. 89|
|Reading in the Writing Center||p. 103|
|Working with ESL Writers||p. 117|
|Writing Center Research||p. 127|
|Writing Centers: Historical and Theoretical Contexts||p. 141|
|Interdisciplinary and On-Line Tutoring||p. 155|
|What If...||p. 169|
|Recommended Readings||p. 187|
|List of Works Cited||p. 193|
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