Vol 6, No 2 (1987)

Fall/Winter 1987

Table of Contents

Front Matter PDF
JTW Staff JTW Staff
Defining Our Mission: New Directions for JTW PDF
Barbara L. Cambridge 195-200
Writing about the arts PDF
JTW Staff JTW Staff 201-202
Writing in the Dark: Composing Criticism PDF
Robert L. Root, Jr. 203-210
Gifted Children Write From Literature PDF
John Warren Stewig 211-220
Teaching reasearch differently PDF
JTW Staff JTW Staff 221-222
The Fictitious Term Paper PDF
Steven C. Sheer 223-230
Teaching Library Research: Process, Not Product PDF
Carmen B. Schmersahl 231-238
Teaching Writing Through Negative Examples PDF
Gerald Grow 239-244
Developing the self PDF
JTW Staff JTW Staff 245-246
Developing the Self Through Writing PDF
Mimi Schwartz 247-258
Lessons for Poetry: Senses and Feelings PDF
Kathy Sherman 259-270
Poetry Doesn't Have to Hurt: A Self-Discovery Composition -- Poetry Teaching Method PDF
Leslie J. Ratliff 271-278
The Jaded Compositionalist Meditates on his Calling During an Attack of Influenza PDF
W. Ross Winterowd 279-280
Encouraging figurative language PDF
JTW Staff JTW Staff 281-282
Of Fallacies, Ferris Wheels, and Figurative Language: Metaphor in Science and Technical Writing PDF
Glenn R. Roesler 283-292
Bringing Back More Figures of Speech into Composition PDF
Bonnie Deset 293-304
Improving student writing PDF
JTW Staff JTW Staff 305-306
Teacher Commentary that Communicates: Practicing What We Preach in the Writing Class PDF
David G. Fuller 307-318
A Life Sentence for Student Writing: The Cumulative Sentence PDF
Terry O. Phelps 319-324
Writing Across the Curriculum: An Assessment PDF
Isaiah Smithson, Paul Sorrentino 325-342
Reacting to a discourse of crisis PDF
JTW Staff JTW Staff 343-344
Cultural Literacy and Cultural Anxiety: E.D. Hirsh's Discourse of Crisis PDF
John Trimbur 345-356
Back Matter PDF
JTW Staff JTW Staff 357-358