Volume 2, Issue 2
Winter, 1981[i.e., Winter, 1980-1981], 48 pages

Special topic: Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC)

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Complete issue

pp. 49-72

pp. 72-96


Daniel Fader, "Nurturing the Individual Voice," pp. 53-54, 91
James Britton, "Language and Learning Across the Curriculum," pp. 55-56, 93-94
Lee Odell, "How English Teachers Can Help Their Colleagues Teach Writing," pp. 57-59, 94-95
Janet Carsetti, "Project Read ," pp. 60-64
Randall Freisinger; Bruce Peterson , "Writing Across the Curriculum: A Theoretical Background," pp. 65-67, 90
Patti Stock, "Select Bibliography ," pp. 68-70, 92
Walter Foote, "Teachers in All Disciplines Should Teach Writing," pp. 71-72, 88
Jay Jernigan, "Introductory Composition Belongs in the English Department," pp. 73-74, 93
John Reiff, "Writing in the Disciplines at the University of Michigan," pp. 75-77, 91
Max Slisher, "Hounding the Faculty about Writing," pp. 78-79, 91-92
Richard W. Bailey, "Writing Across the Curriculum: The British Approach," pp. 80-92
Richard Root, "Resources in the Teaching of Composition," pp. 81, 89
James Middleton, "A Rationale for Writing in the Content Areas," pp. 82, 88-89
Elaine Maimon, "The Writing Program at Beaver College," pp. 83, 95
Kenneth E. Cogswell, "The Livonia Schools and the ECB," pp. 84-85, 90
Aaron Stander, "The University-High School Connection," pp. 86, 95
Patti Stock, "Editorial," p. 87