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When Tutor Meets Student
edited by Martha Maxwell
University of Michigan Press, 1994
Cloth: 978-0-472-09532-2 | Paper: 978-0-472-06532-5
Library of Congress Classification LC41.W48 1994
Dewey Decimal Classification 371.394
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Chapter 1.
- The Tutor's Role
- More Than Worth the Effort: The Importance of the Tutoring Contract to Productive Tutoring
- The Dynamics of Passivity in Tutoring
- Tutoring as Two-Way Learning
- Patience and Persistence Please
- How Self-Definition Affects Tutoring: A Teacher Becomes a Tutor
- A Slight Case of Plagiarism
- Orthodoxy and Effectiveness
- The Student-Tutor-Teacher Triangle
- Twelve Steps to Great Tutoring
- Achieving Rapport with Quiet Students
- Chapter 2.
- The Tutor as Writer and Reader
- When the Tutor Suffers Writer's Amnesia
- Expectations of a Tutor: Reflections of One Who Has Been Tutored
- Learning to Write for Readers
- Collaboration with Students Who Write Well
- Bungee Cord Thesis: Helping Students Find Theses through an Unusual Method
- My Attempt to Teach Intuitive Writing
- Chapter 3.
- Increasing Confidence
- Tutoring via the Objective Eye of the Video Camera
- I Have Been Meaning to Write for Some Time
- Avoiding Tutor Dependency
- Getting to Know You: Building Relationships as a Tutor
- Fear and Loathing in the Videotaping Room, or You Oughtta Be in Pictures
- Chapter 4.
- Cultural Diversity
- Langston Hughes Takes on Tutoring
- A Little Enlightenment in the Golden Bear
- Prejudice and Power Plays
- Close Encounters with Feminist Ideology: A Case Study
- A Minority Writing Tutor at the Golden Bear
- How I Spent My Ethnic Semester
- Chapter 5.
- Check Your Assumptions at the Door
- Session from Hell: The Dark Side of Collaborative Learning
- Coping with a Learning Disability
- Before Ideas: The Preliminaries of the Student-Tutor Relationship
- Fire, Grapes, Guns, and Water
- Dealing with a Touchy Subject
- Chapter 6.
- Tutors Learn from Tutoring Too
- Using Your Intuition: Hearing Your Inner Voice
- Interrupt: Tutoring for the Quiet Tutor
- On Crossing the Tutor-Tutee Line: Toward a New Kind of Relationship
- Violence, Writing, and Control
- The University of California, Berkeley Student Learning Center's Peer Tutoring Program in Writing: A Brief Historical Description
- Student Learning Center Brochure
- Introduction to Tutorial Services in Writing
- Applications: General, Writing, Information
- English 310 Syllabus and Reading List
- Introducing Your Senior Tutor
- Possible Questions for Midterm Feedback
- Evaluation of Individual Tutoring: Writing
- Evaluation of Writing Workshops
- Personal Checklist of Tutoring Skills
- Writing Workshop Brochure
- Introduction to Writing Workshops
- Writing Workshops: Authors' Guidelines, Readers' Guidelines, Reader Response Model
- “No Sweat Writing” (Assumption College Handout)
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