Vol 8, No 2 (1989)

Fall/Winter 1989

Table of Contents

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Artful Compositions, Corder's 'Laws of Composition,' and the Weekly Letter: Two Approaches to Teaching Invention and Arrangement in Freshman English
Bob Frye
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Intertextual Trips: Teaching the Essay in the Composition Class
Nancy Kline
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15-38
Written Commentaries as a Way of Learning about Writing
Robert P. Yagelski
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39-48
The Effects of Tape-Recorded Commentary on Student Revision: A Case Study
Jeffrey Sommers
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49-76
Using a Local Area Network to Teach Computer Revision Skills
Diane P. Thompson
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77-86
Transaction in Holistic Scoring: Using a Computer to Understand the Process
Carolyn B. Matalene, Nancy Barendse
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87-108
The Graduation Speech: Editing for a Real Life Ritual
Susan Hunt
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109-114
Who is the General Audience and What Does It Want: A Sequence for Teaching Informative Writing
Celest Martin
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115-132
The Plagiario and the Professor in Our Peculiar Institution
Frank McCormick
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133-146
Functional Grammar and Its Application in the Compostion Classroom
Charles Meyer
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147-168
The Resistance to Teaching: a Review of Retaining Pedagogy: The Rhetoric of the Classroom ed. by Patricia Donahue and Ellen Quandahl and Popular Culture, Schooling, and Everyday Life ed. by Henry A. Giroux and Roger I. Simon
Joseph Harris
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169-178
"Si necesse est, in anulo basias ei dab ut discat" a Review of Lives on the Boundary by Mike Rose
Harvey Kail
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179-188
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189-193