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Workshop 7: Responding to Writing: Peer to Peer

Additional Resources

Note: For more resources related to conferencing and responding, consult "Additional Resources" for Workshop 6: "Responding to Writing: Teacher to Student."

Almeda. Cheryl. "In the End All Books Are Written for Your Friends: Motivating Writing Through Peer Audiences." In Why Workshop? Changing Course in 7-12 English, edited by Richard Bullock, 57-66. Portland, ME: Stenhouse, 1998. ISBN: 1571100849.

Ammer, Jerome. "Peer Evaluation Model for Enhancing Writing Performance of Students With Learning Disabilities." Reading and Writing Quarterly (July/September, 1998): 263.

Barron, Ronald. "What I Wish I Had Known About Peer Response Groups But Didn't." English Journal 80.5 (1991): 24-34.

Brady, Suzanne and Suzanne Jacobs. "Children Responding to Children: Writing Groups and Classroom Community." In Understanding Writing: Ways of Observing, Learning, and Teaching, 2nd Edition, edited by Thomas Newkirk and Nancie Atwell. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1988. ISBN: 0435084410.

Brunce-Crim, Marna. "Ready to Write. Talk It Up: Strategies for More Successful Peer Conferencing." Instructor (May/June, 1992): 14.

Collins, Jeffrey L. "Establishing Peer Evaluation of Writing: Students Need an Informed Teacher Model." ERIC Document Reproduction Service http://www.edrs.com ED 243122.

Dale, Helen. "Collaborative Research on Collaborative Writing." English Journal 83.1 (January 1994): 66-71.

Denyer, Jenny and Debra LaFleur. "The Eliot Conference: An Analysis of a Peer Response Group." Voices From the Middle 9.1 (September 2001): 29-39.

Duke, Charles R. and Rebecca Sanchez. "Giving Students Control Over Their Writing Assignments." English Journal 83.4 (April 1994): 47-53.

Farnan, Nancy and Leif Fearn. "Writers' Workshops: Middle School Writers and Readers Collaborating." Middle School Journal 24 (May 1993): 61-65.

Fletcher, Ralph and Joann Portalupi. Craft Lessons: Teaching Writing K-8. York, MA: Stenhouse Publishers, 1998. ISBN: 1571100733.

Freeman, Marcia. "Modeling an Efficient Peer Conference: Managing the Daily Writing Workshop." [videotape] ERIC Document Reproduction Service http://www.edrs.com ED 432012.

Gillis, Candida. "Writing Partners: Expanding the Audiences for Student Writing." English Journal 83.3 (March 1994): 64-38.

Green, Robert. "Behind Their Backs: Proximity and Insult in Student Response." In Breakthroughs: Classroom Discoveries About Teaching Writing, edited by Amy Bauman and Art Peterson, 281-293. Berkeley, CA: National Writing Project, 2002. ISBN: 1883920183.

Hillebrand, Romana P. "Control and Cohesion: Collaborative Learning and Writing." English Journal 83.1 (January 1994): 62-66.

Hughes, Judy. "It Really Works: Encouraging Revision Using Peer Writing Tutors." English Journal 80.5 (1991): 41-42.

Hughes, Richard D. "Falling Off the Skateboard: Experimenting With Peer Conferences" In Why Workshop? Changing Course in 7-12 English, edited by Richard Bullock, 78-91. Portland, ME: Stenhouse, 1998. ISBN: 1571100849.

Kerr, Jo-Anne. "Listening in on the Language of Collaboration in a Writing Workshop." Middle School Journal 30.1 (Sept. 1998): 3-8.

Kirby, Dan, Tom Liner, and Ruth Vinz. Inside Out: Developmental Strategies for Teaching Writing. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1988.

Kletzien, S. B. and L. Baloche. "The Shifting Muffled Sound of the Pick: Facilitating Student-to-Student Discussion." Journal of Reading 37.7 (1994): 540-545.

"Making Writing Conferences Fun and Productive With 'Three Pluses and a Wish.'" Curriculum Review (May 1996): 10.

Manning, Maryann. "Peer Content Conferences." Teaching Pre K-8 (February 2002): 91-94.

McManus, Ginger and Dan Kirby. "Using Peer Group Instruction To Teach Writing." English Journal 77.3 (March 1988): 78-80.

Neubert, Gloria and Sally McNelis. "Peer Response: Teaching Specific Revision Strategies." English Journal 79.5 (Sept. 1990): 52-57.

"Peer Conferencing and Writing Revision: A Study of the Relationship." ERIC Document Reproduction Service http://www.edrs.com ED 260392.

Reisin, Gail. "Learning by Sharing Graded Papers." English Journal 79.5 (September 1990): 62-65.

Rhodes, Lynn K. and Curt Dudley-Marling. Readers and Writers With a Difference: A Holistic Approach to Teaching Learning Disabled and Remedial Students. 2nd Edition. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1988. ISBN: 0435072153.

Schaffer, Jane. "Peer Response That Works." Journal of Teaching Writing 15.1 (1996): 81-89.

Silver, Kathi O. "The Extended Conference: A Technique To Encourage Writing." English Journal 78.1 (January 1989): 24-28.

Spear, Karen. Sharing Writing: Peer Response Groups in English Classes. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1988. ISBN: 0867091894.

Steinlage, Theresa M. "Getting the Wrinkles Out: Students Become Their Own Editors." English Journal 79.5 (September 1990): 60-62.

Stemper, Julie. "Enhancing Student Revising and Editing Skills Through Writing Conferences and Peer Editing." ERIC Document Reproduction Service http://www.edrs.com ED165187.

Vatalaro, Paul. "Putting Students in Charge of Peer Review." Journal of Teaching Writing 9.1 (1990): 21-29.

Williams, Tom. "The Gift of Writing Groups." English Journal 79.4 (April 1990): 58-61.

Zemelman, Steve and Harvey Daniels. A Community of Writers: Teaching Writing in the Junior and Senior High School. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1988. ISBN: 0435084631.

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