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I need help on Identifying and explaining at least three advantages and three disadvantages of the collaborative writing process in 200 to 300 words. In what situations might an individual writing process be preferable?

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"A collaborative writing process is a way of knowing and acquiring knowledge based on writing [Beard et al., 1990]. This entails the hypothesis that knowledge of vocational education emerges in social interaction. Thus, writing is not just a cognitive process and producing text but also social action. Learning through collaborative writing is more a collaborative social endeavour than a competition between the participants. As a result of their work, the experts who cooperate through collaborative writing help outsiders to understand the social dimensions of phenomena, which results in ...

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Identifying and explaining at least three advantages and three disadvantages of the collaborative writing process in 200 to 300 words. In what situations might an individual writing process be preferable?

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2. How have your writing and thinking skills been changed? What have you learned works best for you?

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4. Do you see the rhetorical strategies at work in the writing and thinking of yourself and others?

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