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ArtikelCreating the Subject of Portfolios: Reflective Writing and the Conveyance of Institutional Prerogatives  
Oleh: Scott, Tony
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Written Communication ( sebagian Full Text) vol. 22 no. 1 (Jan. 2005), page 3-35.
Topik: reflective writing; reflection; large-scale assessment; writing assessment; portfolios; genre; accountability; Kentucky portfolio
Fulltext: 3.pdf (159.63KB)
Isi artikelThis article presents research froma qualitative study of the way that reflective writing is solicited, taught, composed, and assessed within a state-mandated portfolio curriculum. The research situates reflective texts generated by participating students within the larger goals and bureaucratic processes of the school system. The study finds that reflective letters are a genre within the state curriculum that regulates the substance and tone of students’ reflections. At the classroom level, the genre provides a mode that students adopt with the assurance that their reflections will meet state evaluators’ expectations. At the bureaucratic level, the genre helps to continually validate the state’s portfolio curriculum through its strong encouragement of stylized narratives of progress. The study demonstrates the importance of understanding how large-scale assessments shape pedagogy and students’ writing.
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