For Chapter 5: “Learning seen as disposition to form structures and an understanding of limits as enabling: why aren’t these ideas guiding our practice” (TLS 75).
(TLS 63) “… dialectic ad dialogue are consonant ad cognate simultaneous and correlative.”
“Because education profoundly and essentially involves language–and language is not a natural process but a symbolic form and a social process, though it’s contingent on natural processes.” ***What is “natural” then? COMPOSING… She does not conflate language with composition. Interesting and subtle distinction. (“theory and practice” TMM 31)
“IN many instances, the language of the new rhetoric is used when there is no correspondingly new attitude towards what we are teaching, to say nothing of how we are teaching it.” (TMM 68).
Reread “Instruments of KNowing” TMM 123: “Writing as a Mode of Learning”