ERIC Number: ED341415
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989
Reference Count: N/A
Inside English: Journal of the English Council of California Two Year Colleges, Volume 16, Numbers 1-4, October 1988-May 1989.
Woodruff, Barbara Bilson, Ed.; Woodruff, Bert, Ed.
Inside English, v16 v1-4 Oct-May 1988-1989
With each issue focusing on different themes, volume 16 of "Inside English" looks at writing programs and critical thinking, developmental writing and the plight of part-time faculty, teaching literature and study abroad programs, and English as a Second Language (ESL) and English programs. In addition to regular columns on the English Council of California Two-Year Colleges (ECCTYC) and legislative concerns, the following feature articles are included: (1) "Hope and Challenge: The Berkeley/Community College English Connection," (Jerry Herman); (2) "Mergansers and Jays: A Postscript to 'Crimson Rosellas and the Teaching of Writing'" (Maragie Whalen); (3) "A Response to 'Computers in the Writing Class'" (Alison Kuehner); (4) "The Ins and Outs of Writing: Inner Voice, Audience, and Developing Writers" (Claudine Poggi); (5) "Why Basic Writers Don't View Themselves as Writers: Students' Perceptions" (Karen McGuire); (6) "The Plight of the Part-Timer: Pitfalls and Possibilities" (Sara Waters and Janet Madden-Simpson); (7) "Fragmented Instruction and Personal Discourse: The Freeway-Flyer as Teacher" (Roseanne Quinn); (8) "'Revitalizing the Teaching of Literature': A Personal Response" (ECCTYC Literature Conference) (Stephen B. McDonald); (9) "The Kindness of Movies: Resources for Teaching Tennesee Williams" (Bruce Anders); (10) "Where Have You Gone, Ben Braddock? A Look at Changing Student Attitudes" (Richard Hascal); (11) "Coming Home Again: Lessons from London" (Melissa Sue Kort); (12) "The Advantages of Being There: Insight On-Site" (Phyllis Mael); (13) "Critical Thinking and Introduction to Lit: A Natural Fit" (Susan Petit); (14) "A Joint San Francisco State/Community Colleges Project: Teaching the Teaching of Literature" (William S. Robinson); (15) "Composition, Literature, and History: An Interdisciplinary Approach" (Brian Tobin); (16) "New Areas for Curriculum Expansion: Opportunities in Literature" (Peggy Boegman); (17) "Double the Pleasure, Double the Fun: Collaborative Colleagues" (Mary Spangler and Rita Warner); (18) "Should ESL Be a Separate Discipline? Developing English Literacy in Non-Native Students" (Gari Browning and Robert Dees); (19) "What Should Be the Role of English Instructors?" (Carl Friedlander); (20) "Helping Make English a Language of One's Own: An ESL Student Publishing Project" (Bill Wallis); (17) "For Foreign Students It's More Than Adjusting to English: Among the Alien Corn" (Walter Sherwood); (18) "Separating Native and Non-Native Students in Freshman Composition: Santa Monica College's Writing Program as a Model" (Dayle Hartnett and Sharon Jaffe); and (19) "The Five-at-a-Time Method: Vocabulary in Context for ESL Students" (Helen Heightsman Gordon).
Descriptors: Basic Skills, Basic Writing, College English, College Faculty, Community Colleges, Content Area Writing, Critical Thinking, English Instruction, Interdisciplinary Approach, Literature, Remedial Instruction, Student Writing Models, Study Abroad, Two Year Colleges, Writing Across the Curriculum, Writing (Composition), Writing Exercises, Writing Instruction, Writing Processes, Writing Skills
Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: English Council of California Two-Year Colleges.