ERIC Number: ED281603
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987
Reference Count: 0
Inside English: Journal of the English Council of California Two Year Colleges (October 1986, December 1986, March 1987, May 1987).
Bilson, Barbara, Ed.; Woodruff, Bert, Ed.
Inside English, v14 n1-4 Oct 1986-May 1987
Designed primarily for English faculty at two-year colleges in California, "Inside English" includes articles on instructional innovations in teaching literature, composition, and remedial writing, and on major curricular, administrative, and employment issues of concern to teachers in the field. The four issues of volume 14 contain the following feature articles: (1) "The Teaching of Freshman Composition: A Literature-Based Composition Class," by Lloyd Thomas; (2) "Rhetoric a la Mode: Rhetorical Modes and the Five Paragraph Essay," by Marianne Boretz; (3) "Journalism as an English Equivalency: An Argument," by Susan Cornner; (4) "Using Popular Culture as an Adjunct to Teaching Composition," by Clifton Snider; (5) "Interrelating Skills and Integrating the Curriculum: A Reading/Writing/ESL Program," by Joann Carter-Wells; (6) "The Teacher's Role in a Creative Writing Class," by Kay Haugaard; (7) "The Reading-Writing Connection: Pedagogy and Practice," by Peter Elias Sotiriou; (8) "Confessions of a Freeway Flyer: A Part-Timer's Lament," by Gary Zacharias; (9) "One Part-Timer's New Semester Resolutions," by Christine Tchalakian; (10) "Back to the Classics: Using World Literature in a Freshman Writing Course," by Gary Seigel; (11) "Writing Across the Curriculum: The Crossover Program at Orange Coast College," by Judith B. Salzinski; (12) "Bridging Two Worlds: Community College & University Freshman English," by Marjorie Ford; and (13) "Freshman Composition: Crime as Content," by Stephen de France. (EJV)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: English Council of the California Two-Year Colleges.