Exploring the writing process across modalities: Learning in face-to-face and online classrooms
Irmaris Rosas Nazario, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez , United States
University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez . Awarded
This study was conducted in a public institution of higher education in western Puerto Rico in order to explore the effects of adapting a traditional face-to-face intermediate writing course for second language learners into a digital online modality. Classroom action research was adopted to specifically consider students engagement with the writing process, their face-to-face and online interactions and responses, and how these shaped student outcomes. A focus group interview and writing conferences served as primary sources of data and were narratively and reflexively analyzed from a social constructivist theoretical standpoint. Results demonstrated that differences exist across traditional and digital modes of instruction in relation to peer interactions, independence and/or dependence of instructor, and drafting revisions of essays using the writing process as a roadmap for students' production of written material.
Rosas Nazario, I. Exploring the writing process across modalities: Learning in face-to-face and online classrooms. Master's thesis, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez. Retrieved February 17, 2019 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/123518/.
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