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- Introduction: On location in classroom-based writing tutoring / Candace Spigelman, Laurie Grobman -- Part one: Creating new alliances and connections through classroom-based writing tutoring -- Diplomatic relations: peer tutors in the writing classroom / Teagan Decker -- General readers and classroom totors across the curriculum / Mary Soliday -- Building bridges to academic discourse: the peer group leader in basic writing peer response groups / Laurie Grobman -- Writing and reading community learning: collaborative learning among writing center consultants, students, and teachers / Jim Ottery [and others] -- Tutors' voices -- building trust and community in peer writing group classrooms / Casey You -- Part two: Reconciling pedagogical complications in classroom-based writing tutoring -- The idea of a writing center meets the reality of classroom-based tutoring / Barbara Little Liu, Holly Mandes -- Bringing the noise: peer power and authority, on location / Steven J. Corbett -- A cautionary tale about "tutoring" peer response groups / Melissa Nicolas -- Tutors' voices -- active revision in a peer group: the role of the peer group leader / Kelly Giger -- Tart three: Addressing issues of authority and role definition in classroom-based writing tutoring -- Contextualizing issues of power and promise: classroom-based tutoring in writing across the curriculum / Marti Singer [and others] -- Classroom-based tutoring and the "problem" of tutor identity: highlighting the shift from writing center to classroom-based tutoring / David Martins, Thia Wolf -- "I've got no strings on me": avoiding Marionette Theater with peer consultants in the classroom / Susan Hrach Georgecink -- Reconstructing authority: negotiating power in democratic learning sites / Candace Spigelman -- Tutors' voices -- institutional change and the university of Wisconsin-Madison writing fellows program / Jennifer Corroy -- Conclusion: Hybrid matters: the promise of tutoring on locaiton / Laurie Grobman, Candice Spigelman.
- Classroom-based writing tutoring is a distinct form of writing support, a hybrid instructional method that engages multiple voices and texts within the college classroom. Tutors work ''on location'' in the thick of writing instruction and writing activity.
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- Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-255) and index.
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