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National Center for the Study of Writing and Literacy Technical Report     May 1989

TR 19. Rethinking Remediation: Toward a Social-Cognitive Understanding of Problematic Reading and Wr

By Glynda Hull, Mike Rose

Summary: This paper presents a case study of the writing produced by a community college student, considered "at risk" of not succeeding in school, for a basic reading and writing class. The authors reveal what writing strategies, habits, rules, and assumptions characterize the writing skills of this underprepared student and suggest a pedagogy to move such students toward more conventional discourse. May, 1989; 16 pages.

TR 19. Rethinking Remediation: Toward a Social-Cognitive Understanding of Problematic Reading and Writing
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