New York: Longman: 1999: 148-9. Teachers also may create classes that can better serve the needs of students learning differences, e. Submissions are welcome from researchers, teaching and learning scholars, learning technology users, as well as others who are actively involved in higher education learning, including graduate students, faculty members, academic staff members, administrators, and researchers in non-academic settings. Boston: South End Press, 1980. Brooks, Gay, Jack Gantzer, et al.
Cambridge: Cambridge U P, 1996. Committees in this group are concerned with basic writing, standardized testing, research, social equity, adjunctification, and new media, among other things. He has written widely on composition and pedagogy, including Facts, Artifacts, Counterfacts and the textbook, Ways of Reading. Deborah Seymour, and Trudy Smoke, eds. Summerfield, Judith and Crystal Benedicks, eds. Web-based examples used to illustrate key ideas or arguments should be included in the text as embedded images, screen captures, video files, etc.
Writing Across the Curriculum in Community Colleges. Special issue on Materiality, Genre, and Language Use. Song, Balin and Bonne August. Fergenson, Laraine, and Marie-Louise Nickerson. Dawn Skorczewski and Matthew Parfitt. Carroll, Pomo Blues: Stories From First Year Composition.
Unstructured: Two Approaches to Composition. Nathalie Bailey, and Caroline Madden. Shenkman, Harriet, and Susan Polirstock, Eds. A Two-Tiered Writing Program for the Technology Curriculum. The contributors take up the issue of grammar in the writing classroom and grading procedures. English, Hugh, and Lydia Nagle. Soliday, Translating Self and Difference Through Literacy Narratives.
Ponsot, Marie and Rosemary Deen. Across Cultures: A Reader for Writers, seventh edition. English, Hugh, and Jyotsna Uppal. Otte, George, and Terence Collins. Finally, since basic writing instruction is moving into new venues e.
Bartholomae, Teaching Basic Writing: An Alternative to Basic Skills. List of Colleges Four-Year Colleges 1. Brannon, Responding to Texts: Facilitating Revision in the Writing Workshop. In addition, I missed a discussion on plagiarism especially in the articles on technology but also in the anthology as well. Making a Difference: A Reader for Writers.
Christina Russell McDonald and Robert L. Bishop, Places to Stand: The Reflective Writer-Teacher-Writer in Composition. Time to Know Them: A Longitudinal Study of Writing and Learning at the College Level. Instructors may experience new technologies as more burdensome than beneficial, especially when faculty are not rewarded for integrating new communication technologies into their curricula. Shaughnessy and the Second Chance.
Besides it save instructors the hassle of putting together their own packet of information for classes on teaching writing. Due to the variety of subject matter and striking diversity of the authors and their perspectives, it is impossible to comment on all of the individual contributions. Writing Programs at the City University of New York. Of all the sections this one provides the most practical teaching tips. Manuscript Submission Deadline: November 15, 2010 Email inquiries to Barbara Gleason at bgleason ccny. Cristina Kirklighter, Diana Cárdenas, and Susan Wolff Murphy.
Ultimately you will be able to search by individual feature e. Submit manuscripts to bwespecialissue gmail. Textbooks Arkin, Marian, and Cecilia Macheski. Links to external sites may appear as in-text references or in a works cited list only. This text fills that gap.