Vol 6, No 1 (1987)

Spring 1987

Table of Contents

Front Matter PDF
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A Study of Eleventh-Grade Writing: Implications for Teaching PDF
Lucille M. Schultz, Chester H. Laine 1-8
The Gricean Model: A Revising Rubric PDF
Kim B. Lovejoy 9-18
Letters to Susan: An Introduction To Teaching Invention Strategies To Fourth Graders PDF
Marjorie Burgess 19-30
Writing Assignments That Work PDF
Duane H. Roen 31-40
Better Writing Through Rhetorically- Based Assignments PDF
Irwin Weiser 41-48
Problems in Measuring Syntactic Development: T-Units vs. Sentence Weight PDF
Alan Lutkus 49-68
Problem-Solving and Reflective Thinking: John Dewey, Linda Flower, Richard Young PDF
Joan G. Rosen 69-78
TOULMIN'S MODEL OF ARGUMENT: A CLUSTER OF REFLECTION AND APPLICATION PDF
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Using Toulmin's Model of Argumentation PDF
Joan Karbach 81-92
Toulmin and the Ethics of Argument Fields: Teaching Writing and Argument PDF
Gail Stygall 93-108
ARS Poetica PDF
Tom Stone 109-116
Defining Advanced Composition PDF
Gerald Mulderig 117-126
The A.P. Dilemma: Formula or Process PDF
Victoria Aarons 127-132
A Philosophy of Composition for a Writing Program: Articulating Composition As A Liberal Art PDF () PDF
James E. Porter, Richard N. Ramsey 133-154
Writing In The Literature Class PDF
Michael Wentworth 155-162
A Continuum For Composition PDF
Raymond J. Wilson III 163-170
Snow White and Language Awareness PDF
Deborah Aldrich Larson 171-180
If I Were King PDF
Ronald Shook 181-188
A Centuries-Old Dialectic PDF
Lana White 189-193
Back Matter PDF
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