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First Steps A Shared Path Different Audiences Different Purposes
Usage and Mechanics Providing Feedback on Student Writing Learning from Professional Writers Writing in the 21st Century
Workshop 3. Different Audiences
Major discussion thread:    Using information about audience in writing
Discussion topics:    Identifying and using the processes of writing
The value of identifying audience
High school to college transition and its implications for the writing classroom
Writing across the curriculum
Featured classrooms:    Susie Lebryk-Chao's senior classes class at Thomas Jefferson High, Alexandria, Virginia
Charles Ellenbogen's senior class at Baltimore City College High, Baltimore
Joan Cone's freshman class at El Cerrito High, El Cerrito, California
Lori Mayo's freshman class at Far Rockaway High, Queens, New York
Kelly Quintero's senior class at Huntington High, Long Island
Dennis McFaden and Barbara Nelson's freshman Cross-Curricular Project, Integrated Biology, English, and Technology at Thomas Jefferson High, Alexandria, Virginia
Writing Workshop topic:    Writing for different audiences
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