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ERIC Number: ED264567
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1983
Pages: 176
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-0-930348-09-5
Written Composition: Process, Product, Program. Monograph Series.
Chew, Charles R., Ed.; Schlawin, Sheila A., Ed.
Intended for teachers and administrators, this collection of essays focuses on the dual meaning of practice--practice of writing skills, and teaching practices in composition instruction. The process section focuses on the types of activities that build composition skills. The product and program sections shift focus to professional practice, the types of activities that teach writing and that build writing programs. The essays and authors are as follows: (1) "The Composing Process: A New Model for Teaching Composition" (Ann O. Gebhard); (2) "The Reading-Writing Connection" (Charlotte Klose); (3) "Written Composition in Early Childhood: A Developmental Process" (Adelle Jacobs); (4) "Building a Fictional World: Motivating Writing through Variety" (Terence D. Mosher); (5) "The Composing Process and Its Relationship to the Teaching of Writing" (Robert W. Blake); (6) "Teaching Writing Skills through Peer Evaluation" (Jerome F. Megna); (7) "The Young Student Writers" (Charles R. Chew); (8) "Students Compose: Writer's Workshop" (Sheila A. Schlawin and Charles R. Chew); (9) "Speculations about Student Writing as Seen on Statewide Tests" (Sheila A. Schlawin); (10) "The Program for Effective Writing: How to Establish It, How to Control It" (Kenneth Kahn); (11) "Designing a K-12 Writing Program: One District's Response to the Two Revolutions in English" (John Andola); and (12) "In-Service: A Cure for Sick Writing Programs" (Doris Quick). (HTH)
New York State English Council, P.O. Box 2397, Liverpool, NY 13089 ($5.00 members, $7.00 nonmembers).
Publication Type: Books; Guides - Non-Classroom; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: New York State English Council.