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Connecting Reading and Writing in Second Language Writing Instruction Series Editors Diane Belcher (Georgia State University) and Jun Liu (University of Arizona) Available titles in the series Peer Response in Second Language Writing Classrooms Jun Liu & Jette G. Hansen Treatment of Error in Second Language Student Writing Dana R. Ferris Critical Academic Writing and Multilingual Students A. Suresh Canagarajah Controversies in Second Language Writing: Dilemmas and Decisions in Research and Instruction Christine Pearson Casanave Connecting Reading and Writing in Second Language Writing Instruction Alan Hirvela Connecting Reading and Writing in Second Language Writing Instruction Alan Hirvela Ohio State University Ann Arbor Copyright © by the University of Michigan 2004 All rights reserved Published in the United States of America by The University of Michigan Press Manufactured in the United States of America ∞ Printed on acid-free paper 2015 2014 2013 2012 5 4 3 2 No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, or otherwise, without the written permission of the publisher. A CIP catalog record for this book is available from the British Library. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Hirvela, Alan. Connecting reading and writing in second language writing instruction / Alan Hirvela. p. cm. — (Michigan series on teaching multilingual writers) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-472-08918-8 (pbk. : alk. paper) 1. Language and languages—Study and teaching. 2. Rhetoric— Study and teaching. 3. Reading. 4. Second language acquisition. I. Title. II. Series. P53.27.H57 2004 418′.0071—dc22 2004051766 Figures on pages 29 and 30 are from R. J. Tierney (1992), Ongoing research and new directions. In J. W. Irwin & M. A. Doyle (Eds.), Reading/writing connections: Learning from research (pp. 246–259). Newark, DE: International Reading Association. Reprinted with permission of Robert J. Tierney and the International Reading Association. All rights reserved. ISBN-13 978-0-472-08918-5 (paperback) ISBN-13 978-0-472-02977-8 (electronic) The presentations of tables, figures, and/or images are dependent on the device and display options. Some image content or language characters may have been removed or may be altered depending on the device used to read this eBook. For Michael Moore, who “speaks truth to power” so courageously and eloquently Acknowledgments I’m indebted to many people for their help and support before and during this project. I’d like to thank Diane Belcher and Jun Liu, editors of the Michigan Series on Teaching Multilingual Writers, for the opportunity to write this book, with special appreciation to Diane for her wonderful generosity and collegiality over the years we’ve worked together. I’m also extremely grateful to Kelly Sippell and Christina Milton at the University of Michigan Press for their great patience, understanding, and assistance . Thanks also to George Newell and to my colleagues and students in ESL Composition and Foreign/Second Language Education at Ohio State University for creating an environment that helped make the writing of this book possible. Thanks, too, to my longtime friends and former colleagues Jim Drummond, Herb Pierson, and Eva Law, who provided encouragement from afar, and to my mentor and friend from my Chinese University days, Joe Boyle, for long ago pointing me in the direction that this book came from. Finally, I’d like to express my love and gratitude to my wife, Soonei, and my family for their encouragement and support throughout this project. And I’d like to pay tribute to the memory of my father and my brother, who are never forgotten. ...