Chapter 29 - Ten Steps in Planning a Writing Course and Training Teachers of Writing  pp. 306-314


By Ann Raimes

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INTRODUCTION

A few years ago, I gave papers called “The Neurosis of Lesson Planning” and “Anguish as a Second Language” in which I explored the fact that both learning and teaching a language promote anxiety. There is even more anxiety when writing is involved, especially when many teachers themselves do not feel entirely comfortable with writing in English, even if it is their native language. Today, with a burgeoning of conflicting theories, planning a writing course is like walking a minefield. It involves so many choices about where to go next, what is the best step to take, and what is the best route to the goal. Taking a wrong step in this context might not be as dire as stepping on a mine, but it can undermine our confidence and detonate our students' resistance. So I have come up with ten steps that I hope can lead us to safer ground both in planning writing courses and in helping teachers to plan writing courses.

STEP 1: ASCERTAINING GOALS AND INSTITUTIONAL CONSTRAINTS

When I began writing this paper, I listed only “ascertaining goals.” Then, as I worked on the paper, I found myself discussing under every heading the constraints imposed upon teachers by their institutions or, further afield, by ministries of education, examining and accreditation agencies, funding sources, and the like.

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