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Teaching College Composition with Computers: A Time Observation Study
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Written Communication Volume 7, Number 3,

Abstract

Examines how teachers adapt writing instruction to a microcomputer classroom. Calls attention to time pressures, issues in training students in word processing and revising, ways a microcomputer classroom can foster workshop approaches, the need for carefully structured classroom activities, and the importance of teachers and students sharing common values for learning with computers. (MG)

Citation

Bernhardt, S.A. (1990). Teaching College Composition with Computers: A Time Observation Study. Written Communication, 7(3), 342. Retrieved September 26, 2020 from .

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