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Practice in context : situating the work of writing teachers

Author: Cindy Moore; Peggy O'Neill; National Council of Teachers of English.
Publisher: Urbana, Ill. : National Council of Teachers of English, ©2002.
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Practice in context.
Urbana, Ill. : National Council of Teachers of English, ©2002
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cindy Moore; Peggy O'Neill; National Council of Teachers of English.
ISBN: 0814136613 9780814136614
OCLC Number: 50205578
Description: xxxiii, 315 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Teaching literacy in basic writing courses / Suellynn Duffey --
Reexperiencing the ordinary : mapping technology's impact on everyday life / Catherine G. Latterell --
Writing about growing up behind the iron curtain / Pavel Zemliansky --
Autobiography in advanced composition / Katie Hupp Stahlnecker --
Writing beyond the academy : using service-learning for professional preparation / Hildy Miller --
Managing diverse disciplines in a junior-level WID course / Mark Schaub --
Letting students take charge : a nonfiction writing workshop / Stephen Wilhoit --
Models for voices : a narrative essay assignment / Tonya M. Stremlau --
Writing with/in identities : a synthesis assignment / Heather E. Bruce --
Conflict, context, conversation : rethinking argument in the classroom / Margaret M. Strain --
Liberal arts in a cultural studies composition course / Mary M. Mulder --
Writing to save the world / Margrethe Ahlschwede --
Alternative forms of research writing / Eve Gerken --
Rhetoric in action : an ethnographic view / David Seitz --
Creating an online newspaper / Dan Melzer --
Being honest about writing and individual freedom; or, Children, there ain't no rules / P.L. Thomas --
Conflicting voices in the classroom : developing critical consciousness / Annette Harris Powell --
The focused reading response / Margaret A. McLaughlin --
Locating students in academic dialogue : the research journal / Janis E. Haswell --
Moving beyond "this is good" in peer response / Peggy M. Woods --
Critical reading and response : experimenting with anonymity in draft workshops / J. Paul Johnson --
Steal this assignment : the radical revision / Wendy Bishop --
Getting textual : teaching students to proofread and edit / Brian Huot --
Reading the writing process on the Web / Janice McIntire-Strasburg --
Taking out the guesswork : using checklists in the composition classroom / Lee Nickoson-Massey --
Awakening the writer's identity through conferences / Kate Freeland --
Building relationships through written dialogue / Carl Gerriets with Jennifer Lowe --
A comprehensive plan to respond to student writing / Jeff Sommers --
Why use portfolios? : one teacher's response / Steven P. Smith --
Criteria for measuring authentic intellectual achievement in writing / Kendra Sisserson [and others].
Responsibility: edited by Cindy Moore, Peggy O'Neill.


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