The embodied playbook reveals the literacy of the body as a rich and untapped resource for writing instruction given the numbers of students who are involved in athletics whether intramural community related or extracurricular rifenburgs conclusions hold important implications not only for how we define literacy but also for how writing . Dr michael rifenburg associate professor of english at the university of north georgia will have his book the embodied playbook writing practices of student athletes released may 2018. His work culminated in the forthcoming book the embodied playbook writing practices of student athletes due out from utah state university press in may conference on college composition and communication disciplinary literacy writing. My work culminated in a book the embodied playbook writing practices of student athletes forthcoming from utah state university press sports require a high level of literacy most clearly seen in how players learn and run scripted plays think about the sketching of football or basketball plays you might have seen the lines arrows and . His book the embodied playbook writing practices of student athletes is due out in april with university press of colorado he tweets jmrifenburg and blogs at mrifenburgwordpresscom he tweets jmrifenburg and blogs at mrifenburgwordpresscom
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