本课程基于2017年1月8日上午Paul Kei Matsuda教授的在线直播课录制而成，课程内容与当天直播内容相同，供当天没有参与直播以及其他对二语写作教学与研究感兴趣的教师和研究者在线学习。
This workshop contains the following two lectures:
Lecture 1 Teaching Second Language Writing in Context
Writing is something many teachers and students dread, and there is a reason. How can we make writing activities more engaging and interesting? In this lecture, you will learn the principles of contextualized writing activities that can make writing more interesting and meaningful.
Lecture 2 Teaching Second Language Writing to a Large Class
Writing is becoming increasingly important in the highly literate and networked society, but it poses a challenge for teachers who work with large numbers of students. Is it possible to teach writing well in a large class? This lecture will provide strategies for writing instruction that can minimize the teacher’s workload while maximizing student’s learning outcomes.
Paul Kei Matsuda is the Professor of English and Director of Second Language Writing at Arizona State University. He is also Concurrent Professor of Applied Linguistics at Nanjing University and Zhengzhou University. Paul has published widely on various topics on language, writing and professional development in applied linguistics, rhetoric and composition and TESOL, and has received a number of prestigious awards for his publications. His works include Handbook of Second and Foreign Language Writing, Cross-Language Relations in Composition, Second-Language Writing in the Composition Classroom: A Critical Sourcebook, Second Language Writing Research: Perspectives on the Process of Knowledge Construction etc.
Paul is Founding Chair of the Symposium on Second Language Writing and Series Editor of the Parlor Press Series on Second Language Writing. He has also served as the founding chair of the CCCC Committee on Second Language Writing and the chair of the Nonnative English Speakers in TESOL (NNEST) Caucus. He has served as the President of the American Association for Applied Linguistics and is currently the Immediate Past President.
In addition to teaching, research and professional service, Paul has served as a program evaluator and consultant for various language programs and graduate programs throughout the United States and around the world.
1. Silva, T., & Matsuda, P. K. Writing. An introduction to applied linguistics. Ed. N. Schmitt. London: Arnold; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002. 251-266.
2. Matsuda, P. K. Process and post-process: A discursive history. Journal of Second Language Writing 12 (2003): 65-83.
3. Matsuda, P. K. Let’s Face It: Language Issues and the Writing Program Administrator. WPA: Writing Program Administration 36.1 (2012): 141-163.
4. Racelis, J. V., & Matsuda, P. K. Integrating process and genre into the second language writing classroom: Research into practice. Language Teaching 46.3 (2013): 382-393.
5. Matsuda, P. K., & Hammill, M. J. Second language writing pedagogy. A guide to composition pedagogies. 2nd ed. Ed. G. Tate, A. Rupiper, K. Schick, & H. Brooke Hessler. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014. 266-282.