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By Stephen Tchudi

Comparing a student's growth as a author calls for extraordinary a fragile stability among the student's wishes and the school's wishes. This choice of essays deals numerous cutting edge strategies, concluding with rules for formulating plans of motion for introducing grading possible choices in study rooms, faculties, and districts.

A selection of essays, assembled via the NCTE's Committee on choices to Grading scholar Writing.

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How do we assign them a percentage? Small wonder that theorists on writing assessment suggest more holistic methods. Grading is also not the best way to convey information about students. If colleges, employers, and administrators need methods of assessing student performance and ways to rank them, why not let Students Need Coaches, Not those authorities design them? Actually, we have a plethora of these tools. We have placement exams, we have SAT's, we have GRE's, and we have LSAT's. If we have national standards, we will have national exams.

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Errors and Expectations: A Guide for the Teacher of Basic Writing. New York: Oxford UP, 1977. Tchudi, Stephen, and Diana Mitchell. Explorations in the Teaching of English. 3rd ed. New York: HarperCollins, 1989. Vygotsky, L. S. Mind in Society: The Development ofHigher Psychological Processes. Ed. Michael Cole, Vera John-Steiner, Sylvia Scribner, and Ellen Souber­ man. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1978. II Responding to Student Writing 35 3 Writing Students Need Coaches, Not Judges Lynn Holaday Prescott College Lynn Holaday left the practice of law and began teaching writing several years ago, and she has not regretted it for a moment.

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