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Lloyd-Jones, Richard – College Composition and Communication, 1970
A review of and commentary on papers by Milton E. Rosenbaum, Jose Barchilon, Leon Jakobovits, and Frank Barron presented at Conference on the Creative Process and Composition (Colorado Springs, Colorado, November 3-6, 1968) sponsored by the National Council of Teachers of English. (Editor/RD)
Descriptors: Creative Development, Creative Writing, Creativity, Definitions
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Lloyd-Jones, Richard – College Composition and Communication, 1982
Speculates on the current and future state of composition scholarship and instruction. Predicts that writing will return to the center of liberal education. (HTH)
Descriptors: Educational Trends, English Curriculum, English Departments, Futures (of Society)
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Lloyd-Jones, Richard – College Composition and Communication, 1978
The keynote address at the 1977 Conference on College Composition and Communication convention, it presents teachers of writing as occupying a central place in the academic community. (DD)
Descriptors: English Instruction, Higher Education, Teacher Role, Writing (Composition)
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Lloyd-Jones, Richard – College Composition and Communication, 1977
Discusses the attitudes of the general public, the educational establishment, and departments of English toward research in composition. (DD)
Descriptors: Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education, English Departments, Higher Education
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Lloyd-Jones, Richard – College Composition and Communication, 1972
An analysis of, and an attempt to reconcile, two opposing views on the teaching of composition: the structured or rhetorical'', and the unstructured or romantic''. (SP)
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, English Instruction, Rhetoric, Romanticism
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Lloyd-Jones, Richard – College Composition and Communication, 1992
Discusses the history of the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). Argues that universities now prefer celebrities with big curriculum vitae to the grand figures that alumni recall with awe. Notes that the CCCC has been in the forefront of academic challenge since the late 1940s and has adapted well to change. (PRA)
Descriptors: College Faculty, Higher Education, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Teacher Attitudes