Teaching Writing Across the Curriculum, Fourth Edition

  • WAC, Teaching strategies, Pedagogy, writing program, writing program administration, faculty

By Art Young
Digitized by the Colorado State University Libraries

CoverTeaching Writing Across the Curriculum, presented here in its fourth edition, provides a comprehensive, accessible discussion of teaching writing across the curriculum. Written by one of the leaders in the field of writing across the curriculum, it offers a brief introduction to WAC and then discusses how writing can be used to help students learn and communicate. Art Young writes that this book can "serve as a guide to teachers who have been assigned or who have volunteered to teach a required 'writing-intensive' course in their discipline as well as to faculty who themselves decide to include student writing. whether occasionally or frequently, in their courses." In addition to serving as a guide for teachers of WAC courses, this book also serves as an invaluable resource for faculty in English departments and writing programs. Part of the Prentice Hall Resources for Teaching Writing series, this book is made available courtesty of Pearson Education.

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Publication Information: Young, Art. (2011). Teaching Writing Across the Curriculum, Fourth Edition. The WAC Clearinghouse. https://wac.colostate.edu/books/landmarks/young-teaching/ (Originally published in 2006 by Pearson Education)

Publication Date: May 1, 2011

Contact Information:
Art Young's Home Page: http://people.clemson.edu/~apyoung/
Art Young's Email: apyoung@CLEMSON.EDU

Landmark Publications in Writing Studies

Series Editor: Mike Palmquist, Colorado State University

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