This is the first publication on dialogue journal writing to focus on adults developing literacy in English as a second language (ESL). Written by leading teachers and researchers in adult literacy, it calls for making open and continuing dialogue a central part of any work with adults, and discusses various ways to promote this dialogue with students, tutors, and teachers in a variety of programs. Writing Our Lives includes practical suggestions for starting and maintaining written dialogue with adult English learners and concludes with a comprehensive list for further reading about dialogue journal practice and research.
SHIPPING NOTICE: This item will be shipped directly from the publisher, Delta Publishing Company. 1996. (149 pp).
Joy Kreeft Peyton & Jana Staton (Editors)
Center for Applied Linguistics and Delta Publishing Company