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ERIC Number: ED461889
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 174
Abstractor: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-0896-3592
The Quarterly of the National Writing Project, 2001.
Bauman, Amy, Ed.; Peterson, Art, Ed.
Quarterly of the National Writing Project, v23 n1-4 2001
Articles in this publication address the writing process, teaching writing, and research on the teaching of writing, and take the form of personal experience or opinion, or explore the work of others who have contributed to the field. Articles in the first issue of this volume include: "It's a Frame-Up: Helping Students Devise Beginnings and Endings" (Romana Hillebrand); "Back to Square One: What To Do When Writing Workshop Just Doesn't Work" (Glorianne Bradshaw); "Experiments in Reading and Writing: The New York City Writing Project at Work" (Nancy Wilson); "Listening to College Writers" (Anne-Marie Harvey); and "Promoting Social Imagination through Interior Monologues" (Linda Christensen with Bill Bigelow). Articles in the second issue include: "Works in Progress: First-Year College Students after EN101" (Helen Collins Sitler); "Author to Author: How Text Influences Young Writers" (Dina Sechio DeCristofaro); "Everything I Know about Teaching Language Arts I Learned at the Office Supply Store" (Kathleen O'Shaughnessy); "Using Favorite Songs as Prompts" (Michael Fulton); "Lessons from Tony: Betrayal and Trust in Teacher Research" (Sharon K. Miller); and "The Writing Process Rejected" (Orlean R. Anderson). Articles in the third issue include: "Tensing up: Moving from Fluency to Flair" (Suzanne Linebarger); "We All Have 'Lots of Yesterdays': How Creative Nonfiction Enlivens the Secondary Writing Classroom" (Meredith Eastburn with an Introduction by Dave Winter); "Working with Beginning Writers" (Alisa Daniel); "'Let's Talk': Building a Bridge between Home and School" (Catherine Humphrey); "A Voice That Is Heard: Living the Writing Project Philosophy as Coaches" (Sidnie Myrick); and "Episodic Fiction: Another Way To Tell a Story" (Pen Campbell and Dan Holt). Articles in the fourth issue of this volume include: "Stories and the Teaching Life" (Tim Gillespie); "Teaching Mining; Mining Teaching" (Peggy Riley); "Matching Reading Models and Strategies" (Mary Frances Landenwich); "Portfolios That Make a Difference: A Four-Year Journey" (Judith Ruhana); "A Place for Talk in a Writers' Workshop" (Erin Ciccone); "Beyond Rhetoric: A Reflective, Persuasive Final Exam for the Workshop Classroom" (Sarah Lorenz); and "How To Build Better Engineers: A Practical Approach to the Mechanics of Text" (Ron E. Smelser). (RS)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: Department of Education, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: National Writing Project, Berkeley, CA.
Grant or Contract Numbers: N/A
Note: Published quarterly.