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ERIC Number: ED341415
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989
Pages: 56
Abstractor: 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).
Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: English Council of California Two-Year Colleges.
Grant or Contract Numbers: N/A