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Dudley Reynolds
Teaching Professor, English
Office location: 1024
Phone number: 4454-8621
Email address: dreynolds@cmu.edu

76-100 Reading and Writing for an Academic Context, 76-101 Interpretation and Argument


Reynolds, D. (2010). Assessing writing, assessing learning. Ann Arbor MI: University of Michigan Press.

Reynolds, D. (2009). One on one with second language writers: A guide for writing
tutors, teachers, and consultants. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Book Chapters
Wetzel, D. & Reynolds, D. (forthcoming). Adaptation Across Space and Time: Revealing

Pedagogical Assumptions. In D. S. Martins (Ed.) Transnational Writing Program
Administration. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press.

Reynolds, D. (2010). Beyond texts: a research agenda for quantitative research on
second language writers and readers. In T. Silva and P. K. Matsuda (Eds.) Practicing
Theory in Second Language Writing (pp. 159-175). West Lafayette, IN: Parlor Press.

Reynolds, D., Bae, K., Wilson, J. (2009). Individualizing pedagogy: Responding to
diverse needs in freshman composition for non-native speakers. In M. Roberge, M.
Siegal, & L. Harklau (Eds.), Generation 1.5 in College Composition: Teaching
Academic Writing to U.S.-Educated Learners of ESL (pp. 185-202). New York:

Journal Articles
Pagano, N., Bernhardt, S. A., Reynolds, D., Williams, M., McCurrie, M. K. (2008). An

inter-institutional model for writing assessment. College Composition and
Communication, 60, 285-320.

Barlow, L., Liparulo, S. P., & Reynolds, D. W. (2007). Keeping Assessment Local: The
Case for Accountability through Formative Assessment. Journal of Assessing Writing,
12(1), 44-59. (DOI: 10.1016/j.asw.2007.04.002)

Reynolds, D. (2005). Linguistic correlates of second language literacy development:
Evidence from middle-grade learner essays. Journal of Second Language Writing,
14(1), 19-45. (DOI: 10.1016/j.jslw.2004.09.001)

Reynolds, D. (2001). Language in the Balance: Lexical Repetition as a Function of
Topic, Cultural Background, and Writing Development. Language Learning, 51(3),


  • Ph.D. Linguistics, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. 1996.
  •        Major Field: Second Language Acquisition
  •         Minor: Language Education
  •         Dissertation: Repetition in Second Language Writing
  • M.A. Applied Linguistics, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. 1990.
  • B.A. English, Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina. Magna cum laude with honors. 1986.               

Affiliations awards certificates_honors:

First Prize Poster Presentation in Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at Qatar Foundation Annual Research Conference 2013

TESOL International Association, member of Board of Directors (2009-2012)
American Association for Applied Linguistics

Research interests:

Second language literacy development; textual characteristics of second-language writing; teacher development

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