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Conversations about writing : eavesdropping, inkshedding and joining in

Author: M Elizabeth Sargent; Cornelia C Paraskevas
Publisher: Toronto : Nelson, ©2005.
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Genre/Form: Textbooks
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: M Elizabeth Sargent; Cornelia C Paraskevas
ISBN: 0176414983 9780176414986
OCLC Number: 56318388
Description: xviii, 460 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. Life Without Language: --
Linda Trichter Metcalf & Tobin Simon, Putting Voice Back into Writing and Awakening the Auditory Imagination --
Helen Keller from The Story of My Life --
Malcolm X, Saved --
Eva Hoffman from Lost in Translation: A Life in a New Language --
June Callwood, Why Canada Has to Beat Its Literacy Problem --
Stephen Pinker, from An Instinct to Acquire Art; Chatterboxes --
2. Reflecting on the Writing Process: --
Natalie Goldberg, Writing as Practice; The Power of Detail; Writers Have Been Good Figures; One Plus One Equals a Mercedes-Benz; Be an Animal, etc. --
Donald Murray, A Writer's Habits --
Gail Godwin, The Watcher at the Gates --
William Stafford from Writing the Australian Crawl: Views on the Writer''s Vocation; You Must Revise Your Life --
Kim Stafford, My Father's Place --
Alistair MacLeod, Writing the Known Life --
Student Writing: Mike Beyrouty, Inksheds 3. Exploratory Writing and Inventions: Freewriting/Inkshedding/Writing-to-Learn: --
Duncan Carter, Five Myths about Writing --
Maxine Hairston, The Winds of Change: Thomas Kuhn and the Revolution in the Teaching of Writing --
Russell Hunt, What is Inkshedding? --
Toby Fulwiler, Freshman Writing: It's the Best Course in the University to Teach --
NCTE Commission on Composition, Guidelines for Using Journals in School Settings --
M.Elizabeth Sargent, Strategies for Writing-to-Learn/Invention Strategies; The Loop Writing Process --
James A. Reither and Douglas Vipond from Writing as Collaboration --
Sondra Perl, Guidelines for Composing --
Student Writing: [Marcie Bonstrom Arnold, Nils Peterson, Mindy Levine, Marta Currah] Process --
Writing Inksheds, Writing-to-Learn Journal Inksheds --
Essay Summary Annotation 4. The Academic Writing Debate: What is Academic Writing for?: --
David Bartholomae, Writing with Teachers: A Conversation with Peter Elbow --
Peter Elbow, Being a Writer vs Being an Academic: A Conflict in Goals --
Carolyn Matalene, Experience as Evidence: Teaching Students to Write Honestly and Knowledgeably about Public Issues --
Patricia Nelson Limerick, Dancing with Professors: The Trouble with Academic Prose --
5. The Grammar-as-Style Debate: Does Grammar Instruction Hurt of Help Student Writing? --
Stephen Pinker from The Language Mavens --
Cornelia C. Paraskevas and M. Elizabeth Sargent, Understanding Grammar as Style --
Natalie Goldberg, Make Statements and Answer Questions; Very and Really --
Lewis Thomas Notes on Punctuation --
Student Writing: Hanne Bjornstad, Inkshed 6. Organization and Genre: --
Rick McConnell, Beginning to Understand the Beginning --
Nancy Mairs, The Literature of Personal Disaster --
Robert Root, This is What the Spaces Say --
Mary Paumier Jones, Meander --
John C. Polanyi, Science and Arts: Two Ways of Seeing; Confessions of a Scientist --
Student Writing [Kelly Davidson, Lynn Reich]: Summary/Annotation; Interview with a Science Writer --
Citation Styles 7. Audience, Evaluation, and response : --
Margaret Atwood, from "Communication nobody to nobody, the Eternal triagle : the writer, the reader, and the book as go-between" in "Negotiating wit the dead, a writer on writing" --
Nancy Mairs, from Voice Lessons: Becoming a (Woman) Writer --
M. Elizabeth Sargent, Feedback sheets --
Peter Elbow from Ranking, Evaluating, and Liking: Sorting Out Three Forms of Judgment --
Lori Mammen, When Teachers are Writers: An Interview with Peter Elbow --
Student Writing: Susanne LiaBratten, essay, New Beginning --
8. Separating revision from proofreading: --
Raymond Carver, Foreword to John Gardner's "On Becoming a Novelist" [Gardner] --
Donald Murray, Internal Revision: A Process of Discovery --
Nancy Sommers, Revision Strategies of Student Writers and Experienced Adult Writers --
David Bartholomae from The Study of Error --
M. Elizabeth Sargent, Preparing Final Copy --
Student Writing: Stephanie Bishop --
Collage/Segmented Essay
Responsibility: M. Elizabeth Sargent, Cornelia C. Paraskevas.

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