Language Connections, originally published by NCTE in 1982, focuses on general language skills teachers in all disciplines can use "to enhance student learning and, at the same time, reinforce the more specific language skills taught by reading, writing and speech teachers" (ix). The 12 chapters address issues including journal writing, problem solving approaches to writing, transactional writing, writing to learn, reading processes, and conferencing. An annotated bibliography is provided.
Publication Information: Fulwiler, Toby, and Young, Art (Eds.). (2000). Language Connections: Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum. WAC Clearinghouse Landmark Publications in Writing Studies: http://wac.colostate.edu/books/language_connections/ Originally Published in Print, 1982, by National Council of Tearchers of English, Urbana, Illinois.
Publication Date: November 3, 2000
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Series Editor: David R. Russell, Iowa State University
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Table of Contents
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Front Matter and Table of Contents (14K)
Foreword, James Britton
Introduction, Toby Fulwiler and Art Young
Cross Disciplinary Writing Programs: Beginnings, Randall Freisinger
The Personal Connection: Journal Writing across the Curriculum, Toby Fulwiler
Writing and Problem Solving, Carol Berkenkotter
Assigning and Evaluating Transactional Writing, Toby Fulwiler and Robert Jones)
Audience and Purpose in Writing, Jack Jobst
Considering Values: The Poetic Function of Language, Art Young
Shaping Experience: Narration and Understanding, James Kalmbach and William Powers
In Search of Meaning: Readers and Expressive Language, Bruce Petersen
What Every Educator Should Know about Reading Research, Anne Falke
Reconciling Readers and Texts, Elizabeth Flynn
Responding to Writing: Peer Critiques, Teacher Student Confernces, and Essay Evaluation, Peter Schiff
Talking about Writing: The Role of the Writing Lab, Diana Freisinger and Jill Burkland
A Select Bibliography, Bruce Petersen
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