The dynamic model of writing and its implications for the FL classroom
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The dynamic model of writing proposed by Matsuda (1997) is intended to visualize the complexity of interrelationships between the writer, text, and reader in second language writing instruction. Contrary to the static model, the dynamic model assumes an active role of the writer and acknowledges the writer‘s contribution not only to the text, but also to communication with the writer, and—as a consequence—accounts for intercultural interaction and negotiation of meaning. Because in the context of foreign language writing Matsuda‘s dynamic model is usually unrealistic, this paper proposes a model of foreign language writing which combines features of both the static and dynamic models to illustrate the unique complexity of foreign language writing.
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