ERIC Number: ED275357
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1985
Reference Count: 0
The Future of Literature in the Community College. Proceedings of the Annual National Conference of the City Colleges of Chicago (1st, Chicago, Illinois, October 18-19, 1985).
Chicago City Colleges, IL.
Papers presented at "The Future of Literature in the Community College" conference are included in this proceedings. The following papers are presented: (1) "The Value of Literature in the Community College Curriculum: One Credo, Several Courses," by Carol Barrett; (2) "The Use of Literature in the Teaching of English as a Second Language," by Anne Marie Clougherty; (3) "Using African-American Literature in the Teaching of Writing to Community College Students," by Joyce H. Scott; (4) "The Uses of Film in Teaching the Literature Course," by Gail Forman; (5) "Beyond the Parson's Field: Third World Literature in the Community College Classroom," by Judith Hall; (6) "Using Cross-Cultural/Ethnic Literature to Teach Writing to Non-Traditional College Students," by Diane Harper; (7)"The Word Must Fit the Need: Using Video and Film to Teach Literature in the Community College," by Robin Herndobler; (8) "Expectation and Reality: Teaching Literature in the Rural Community College," by Donna Karber-Gardner; (9) "Literature -- An Invaluable Aid in Teaching Reading Comprehension Skills to Remedial or Developmental Level Community College Students," by Loisjean Komai and Carlene Wingfield; (10) "Teaching the Bible as Literature," by Robert R. Lawrence; (11) "Umbrella Courses: Shelters and Showcase," by Kathryn Lillyman; (12) "Teaching Writing through Literature: Toward the Acquisition of a Knowledge Base," by RoseAnna Mueller; (13) "Is There Life before Literature?" by John Pekich; (14) "King Arthur in Basic Writing," by John P. Pufahl; (15) "Literature Courses in the Community College: Some Strategies for Survival," by Samuel J. Rogal; (16) "Using Literature as a Resource for Teaching Composition," by A. T. Sawyer; (17) "Poems by Computer: Introducing Poetry in a High-Tech Society," by Marlys Marshall Styne; (18) "The Imagemaker in Matrixland or How to Establish a Literature Course in a Community College in Three Easy (?) Steps," by Paul A. Sukys; (19) "The American Short Story and the Research Course," by Beverly Tinsley; (20) "Classic Poems, Some Vintage Literary Guidance, and the Contemporary Composition Student," by Carol Kyros Walker; and (21) "Teaching Critical Thinking in the English Literature Survey Course," by Helen (Lyn) Ward. Summaries of six additional papers are included. (EJV)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Chicago City Colleges, IL.