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Journal Title: Assessing Writing
Volume/Issue:   19 /
Issue Title: Special Issue: Feedback in Writing: Issues and Challenges
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: 1. Ed.Board/Aims and scope
Pages CO2

Editorial

2. Feedback in writing: Issues and challenges
Icy Lee
Pages 1-5

Articles

3. Responding to student writing: Teachers’ philosophies and practices
Dana R. Ferris
Pages 6-23

4. How much feedback is enough?: Instructor practices and student attitudes toward error treatment in second language writing
Cristine McMartin-Miller
Pages 24-35

5. “Get it off my stack”: Teachers’ tools for grading papers
Nicki Litherland Baker
Pages 36-50

6. The effects of computer-generated feedback on the quality of writing
Marie Stevenson, Aek Phakiti
Pages 51-65

7. Building students’ evaluative and productive expertise in the writing classroom
Eleanor M. Hawe, Helen R. Dixon
Pages 66-79

8. Students’ perceptions of rubric-referenced peer feedback on EFL writing: A longitudinal inquiry
Weiqiang Wang
Pages 80-96

Book review

9. E. Schendel, W.J. Macauley, Building Writing Center Assessments that Matter (2012), Utah State University Press, Logan UT 978-0-87421-816-9,220
Erik Voss
Pages 97-99

For more information or to submit a paper, please go to http://www.journals.elsevier.com/assessing-writing
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
 
LL Issue: 25.684