Within and Beyond the Writing Process in the Secondary English Classroom

ISBN-10: 0205305768
ISBN-13: 9780205305766
Edition: 2003
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Book details

List price: $89.20
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/10/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 352
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Lois Matz Rosen is an associate professor of English at the University of Michigan, Flint, where she is also director of writing programs and codirector of the writing-across-the-curriculum program. A former high school English teacher, she previously served as codirector of the Southeast Michigan Writing Project and director of the Flint Area Writing Project.

Marilyn Wilson is an associate professor of English at Michigan State University and is currently the associate chair for undergraduate programs. She is a past president of the Michigan Council of Teachers of English and has taught both middle and high school English.

Each chapter concludes with "Points to Remember" and "For Further Reading."
Introduction: Writing as Holistic Practice
Psycholinguistic and Social Foundations
Basic Assumptions About Literacy
Cultural Differences in Literacy Development
Direct Instruction and Issues of Writing Development
Teaching Writing as a Process
The Traditional Writing Classroom
A New Model Emerges
Teaching Writing as a Process
Grammar, Correctness, and Style
Grammars Defined
The Developmental Nature of Syntactic Complexity
The Pendulum Swings
What Aspects of Grammar, Mechanics, and Usage Should We Teach? How Can We Teach Grammar, Mechanics, and Usage in the Context of Writing? Computers and Correctness
Correctness in the Linguistically Diverse Classroom
Sentence Variety
Wordiness and Other Aspects of Style
The Essay and Other Write-to-Learn Assignments
Write-to-Learn Assignments: A Definition
Invention, or Generating Topics for the Essay
Collecting Data
Writing the Body of the Paper
The Argument Paper
Rhetorical Modes of Discourse
The Research Paper
The I-Search Paper
The Social Issues or Problem-Solving Paper
Assessment of the Essay
Plagiarism
Responses to Literature and Nonprint Media
Instructional Purposes for Reading About Literature
Reader Response Criticism
Viewing Films as Texts
Formalism or New Criticism
The Historical Approach to Literature
Creative Writing as a Response to Literature
Aesthetic and Efferent Readings
Assessment of Writing as a Response to Literature
Assessing, Evaluating, Grading, and Responding to Student Writing
Terminology Defined: Responding, Assessing, Evaluating, Grading
Varieties of Evaluation and Response
Respond More, Grade Less: Guidelines for Evaluating Writing
The Not-So-Simple Act of Putting Grades on Papers
Portfolio Assessment
High-Stakes Assessment and the Politics of Testing
A History of Composition Pedagogy
The Beginnings of Rhetoric
Rhetoric in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Rhetoric and the Current-Traditional Essay
The Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Expressivist Essay
The Cognitivists, Neo-Rhetorists, and the Socio-Epistemists
Composition Literacy: The Blend of Several Approaches

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