Genre and cognition in an mba program. Nigel A. Caplan ( [email protected] ) University of Delaware, USA PhD Student, School of Education Assistant Professor, English Language Institute. http://nigelteacher.wordpress.com. Genre 2012, Ottawa, Ontario. Competing Approaches.
Genre and cognition in an mba program
Nigel A. Caplan ([email protected])
University of Delaware, USA
PhD Student, School of Education
Assistant Professor, English Language Institute
Genre 2012, Ottawa, Ontario
Why don’t the Chinese speak in class?
Instruments available online at
(Handouts Genre 2012)
BUAD 870 Syllabus, Fall 2011
Author’s data from a single BUAD 870 class (approx. 90 minutes’ class discussion), Fall 2011
Set up ^ Diagnosis ^ [Recommendation]n (^Reflection)
Literate actions emerge out of a constructive cognitive process that transforms knowledge in purposeful ways. And at critical moments, this constructive literate act may also become a process of negotiation in which individual readers and writers must juggle conflicting demands and chart a path among alternative goals, constraints, and possibilities. (Flower, 1994, p. 2)
Nigel A. Caplan
University of Delaware