Vol 5, No 2 (1986)

Fall 1986

Table of Contents

Front Matter
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Teaching Reading in the Writing Classroom
Sally Barr Reagan
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177-186
"Readiness Is All": The Importance of Speaking and Writing Connections
John A. Hagaman
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187-192
Computer Writing and the Dynamics of Drafting
Richard C. Gebhardt
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193-202
Writing Conferences Using the Micro Computer
John Pufahl
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203-210
Insights Into The Research Process From Student Logs
Diane D. Quantic
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211-226
Extending Our Awareness of the Writing Process
Gary A. Olson
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227-236
Motivating Through Responding
Jill Burkland, Nancy Grimm
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237-248
Five Writers' Perceptions of Writing Functions
Joseph M. Moxley
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249-266
The Uses of Impersonation
Peter A. Scholl
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267-280
What Happens When Students Have A Real Audience?
Joyce Keever Stoneham
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281-286
Discovering Audience and Voice: James Agee Reviews for Highbrow and Middlebrow
Robert M. Davis, Jeanette Harris
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287-296
Moffett and Point of View: A Creative Writing Assignment Sequence
Stephen Wilhoit
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297-306
Three Syns
Richard B. Larsen
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307-314
Implementing Cooperative Learning Groups In The Writing Curriculum
Ann Hill Duin
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315-324
The Myth of Future Tense
Sam Dragga
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325-332
A Focus on the Assignment: The La Salle Interdisciplinary Writing Program
Margot Soven
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333-342
Teaching Writing About Work: A Humanistic Pedagogy
James M. Cahalan
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343-350
The Art of Teaching Writing: A Description of Four Approaches
Mark Allister
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351-362
Donald Graves' Writing: Teachers and Children at Work: A Review Essay
H. Eric Branscomb
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363-371
Back Matter
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