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A Collaborative Learning Model

A Collaborative Learning Model A Collaborative Model: Learning The Rhetorical Situation as a Basis for Teaching Business Communication Michelle Carbone Loris Sacred Heart University The results of recent of a audiences and of modes and for of surveys professional variety variety that have been in collaborative and to work in an adult writing published College English purposes, and and Communication College Composition learning group. information for all of us who Two underlie this unit of instruc- report significant assumptions teach for those of us who teach tion. The first has to do with collaborative writing, especially learning. Business Communications. One states that Collaborative is more than a method of survey learning real world &dquo;awareness of the instruction. In this unit of the it is both the writing requires spe- course, cific differences in for varied substance how some- audiences and and the of writing process learning: Another as is learned. shows &dquo;a is learned is as what purposes.&dquo;’ survey strongly thing important a rationale between ... collaboration and in this to positive relationship Hence, process, according ... at work....&dquo;’ This same Kenneth of knowl- writing by Bruffee,’ survey reports provided groups that &dquo;adult writers establish establish relations and roles voluntarily collegial edgeable peers http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ABCA Bulletin SAGE

A Collaborative Learning Model

ABCA Bulletin , Volume 46 (1): 3 – Mar 1, 1983

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0001-0383
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10.1177/108056998304600110
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A Collaborative Model: Learning The Rhetorical Situation as a Basis for Teaching Business Communication Michelle Carbone Loris Sacred Heart University The results of recent of a audiences and of modes and for of surveys professional variety variety that have been in collaborative and to work in an adult writing published College English purposes, and and Communication College Composition learning group. information for all of us who Two underlie this unit of instruc- report significant assumptions teach for those of us who teach tion. The first has to do with collaborative writing, especially learning. Business Communications. One states that Collaborative is more than a method of survey learning real world &dquo;awareness of the instruction. In this unit of the it is both the writing requires spe- course, cific differences in for varied substance how some- audiences and and the of writing process learning: Another as is learned. shows &dquo;a is learned is as what purposes.&dquo;’ survey strongly thing important a rationale between ... collaboration and in this to positive relationship Hence, process, according ... at work....&dquo;’ This same Kenneth of knowl- writing by Bruffee,’ survey reports provided groups that &dquo;adult writers establish establish relations and roles voluntarily collegial edgeable peers

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ABCA BulletinSAGE

Published: Mar 1, 1983

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