Vol 7, No 1 (1988)

Table of Contents

Front Matter PDF
JTW Staff JTW Staff
The Relationship Between Theory and Practice PDF
Irwin Weiser 1-8
Writing: A Line of Reasoning PDF
Roberta M. Jackson 9-18
Risky Business: Malcom X, Student- Centered Learning and Teacher Ethos PDF
Jeane Harris 19-26
Monitoring Student Writing: How Not to Avoid the Draft PDF
Margie Krest 27-40
The Effects of Praiseworthy Grading on Students and Teachers PDF
Sam Dragga 41-50
If It Isn't a Dialog, It Isn't Communication PDF
Fred Cheney 51-56
The Student as Producer and Consumer of Text: Computer Uses in English Studies PDF
Helen J. Schwartz 57-66
Textbook Writers and Textbook Publishers: One Writer's View of the Teaching Canon PDF
Robert Perrin 67-74
Throw Away the Fish, eat the Plank: Developing the Writer Through the Text PDF
Susan Hynds 75-82
Teaching Undergraduate Creative Writing: Myths, Mentors and Metaphors PDF
Wendy Bishop 83-102
Dancing on Sand: A Review of Nancie Atwell's In the Middle: Writing, Reading, and Learning with Adolescents PDF
Jan Guffin 103-112
Composition Studies: Applied Research and Stephen M. North's The Making of Knowledge in Composition: Portrait of an Emerging Field PDF
Robert A. Schwegler 113-122
Back Matter Untitled () PDF
JTW Staff JTW Staff 123-125