Negotiating Academic Literacies: Teaching and Learning across Languages and Cultures

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Critical predecessors. The alternative, I believe, is to permit our students to bring their extra-textual knowledge to bear upon every text we give them, and to provide them with strategies for using this knowledge to undertake a conversation which belongs to us all.


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