Volume 3, Issue 2
Winter, 1982 [i.e., 1981-1982], 60 pages

Special topic: Reading and Writing

NB: If a piece is not found in the contents files, it will be in the complete issue files. The complete issue files are searchable, the contents files are not. Most of the works cited in the articles will be found in Root and Stock's "Select Bibliography," pp. 106-112.

Complete issue

pp. 61-80

pp. 81-102

pp. 103-120


John D. Bransford, "Prerequisites for Comprehending Prose," pp.65-66
Walter Kintsch, "The Role of Strategies in Reading and Writing," pp. 67-68
Bonnie J. F. Meyer, "Reading Teaches Plans for Writing," pp. 69-70
Ellen Bouchard Ryan, "Two Causes of Underachievement," pp. 71-72
Charles J. Fillmore, "Reading Research and the Evaluation of Writing," pp. 73-74
Donald H. Graves, "Break the Welfare Cycle: Let Writers Choose Their Topics," pp. 75-77
Robert J. Tierney, "Writer-Reader Transactions: Defining the Dimensions of Negotiation," pp.78-79
Mike Torbe, "Writing About Reading," pp. 80-81
Aaron C. Stander, "The Reading/Writing Connection," pp. 82-83
Ann E. Berthoff, "How We Construe Is How We Construct," pp. 84-86
Barbey N. Dougherty, "Writing for Readers," pp. 87-90
Mary H. Jacobsen, "Identity, Reading, and Writing," pp. 91-92
Ronald Shook, "A Case for Cases," pp. 93-94
Patricia Harkin Sosnoski , "Reading Theory and the Teaching of Writing," pp. 95-97
James B. White, "A Course in Legal Literacy," pp. 98-99
Jack W. Meiland, "Argumentative Writing: Persuasion or Inquiry?" pp. 100-101
Janice C. Redish, "Preparing Students to Write on the Job," pp. 102-103
Karen Wixson, "Thinking: The Reading-Writing Connection," pp. 104-105
Robert Root and Patricia Stock, "Select Bibliography," pp. 106-112
Edward T. Hill and Robert Wesolowski, "Evaluating Ninth Grade Essays," 113-114
Grace Reuter and Francelia Clark , "Strategies for Academic Writing," 115-116
Joseph DeMent, "Letters to the Editor," 117
Robert Root, "Resources in the Teaching of Composition," 118-119