1989

Special Issue

Table of Contents

Articles

Cracking Through the Shell: Classroom Inquiry and Educational Policy
Elyse Eidman-Andahl
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131-150
Considerations, Complications and Consequences of Practitioner Inquiry
Lynn Craigue Briggs, Sharon Kane, Patricia Spencer Soper
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151-164
Changing Perspectives on Summary Through Teacher-Research
Ellen Barton, Ruth Ray
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165-174
Awakening Students to Rhetorical Process: Audience, Ethos and Anonymity in Journal Correspondence
Vivienne Anderson, Karen Fitts
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175-192
Students as Theorists: Developing Personal Theories of Composing
Bennett A. Rafoth
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193-204
A Case Study of the Reading/Writing Models of a Basic Writing Student
Gene LoPresti
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205-226
Manuscript Studies, Literature/Writing Connections, and the Teacher-Reseacher
Ron Fortune, Janice Neuleib
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227-238
The Reading of Literature and Responding to Student Writing
Sally I. Cannon
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239-252
"It Doesn't Bother Me, but Sometimes It's Discouraging": Students Respond to Teachers' Written Responses
Ernest Smith
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253-266
Qualitative Evaluation and the Conversational Writing Classroom
Wendy Bishop
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267-285