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Bruffee “believed that by working in peer groups, with the guidance of a teacher, students could learn to write in ways associated with academic expertise. Although Bruffee’s claims for the efficacy of peer learning have been embraced by the writing-center community, his focus on acculturating students into the academy’s ‘normal’ ways of knowing and writing has also been criticized by many writing-center personnel who wish to problematize the normalizing effect of the academy” (Leverenz 54).
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William Wordsworth defines a poet as “a man speaking to men… a man pleased with his own passions and volitions, and who rejoices more than other men in the spirit of life that is in him” ( 532 more words
It’s that time of year again – current students are looking for summer internships and graduates are looking for their dream jobs. Searching the job market, writing up cover letters, and preparing for interviews can seem exhausting and intimidating even for veteran job hunters. 201 more words