Flipping the Composing Process: Collaborative Drafting and Résumé Writing

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Business and Professional Communication Quarterly, ISSN: 2329-4906, Vol: 79, Issue: 1, Page: 102-118

Publication Year:
2016
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DOI:
10.1177/2329490615602251
Author(s):
Abram Anders
Publisher(s):
SAGE Publications
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Arts and Humanities, Business, Management and Accounting, Economics, Econometrics and Finance
article description
This article argues for a flipped learning approach to business and professional communication composing processes. Flipped learning sequences can scaffold more robust engagement with prewriting activities and support opportunities for in-class collaborative and facilitated drafting exercises. These types of learning experiences offer numerous pedagogical benefits, including more conscious control of messaging strategies and the development of more creative, rhetorically informed communication products. The effectiveness of this approach is explored through a case study of a flipped learning sequence and collaborative drafting workshop designed for an employment communication and résumé-writing assignment.

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