This course, Nine Lives of Scholarly Writing, provides opportunities for doctoral students to develop and refine their scholarly writing during the first year of the education doctorate in order to become successful writers in both during and beyond their academic career. Writing craft development occurs through peer writing groups, close study of published texts, and interaction with faculty writers. Course topics include writing article abstracts and analyses, critiques, and literature surveys. Strategies for reading critically, organizing and developing thoughts, choosing appropriate vocabulary, and revising their own writing are also covered. Students write and revise various genres of scholarly writing throughout the year-long workshop, culminating in a revised draft of the first Comprehensive Connection paper.
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