Volume 2, Number 3 (Fall/Winter 1979)

Vocabulary

The Journal of Basic WritingIntroduction, Betty Rizzo (pp. 1- 4)

The Trouble with Teaching Vocabulary, Anne Eisenberg (pp. 5- 14)

Teaching the Vocabulary of Academic Discourse, Sandra Stotsky (pp. 15- 39)

Vocabulary in Writing for Business: Six Propositions for Pedagogical Use, Brian Gallagher (pp. 40- 58)

Four for One: The Study of Derivational Suffixes for Basic Writing Students, Karen Boorstein (pp. 59- 67)

On Acquiring an Adequate Second Language Vocabulary, Len Fox (pp. 68- 75)

Notes and Strategies Section

Recognizing the Basic Writer's Vocabulary Acquisition Sequence, Jeanette Harris, Lil Brannon (pp. 76- 81)

In the Beginning: The Word, Regina M. Hoover (pp. 82- 87)

Those "Bulbous Liver-Colored" Words, Irene G. Dash (pp. 88-90)

Writing: Painting with Words, June Kamin (pp. 91- 95)

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About this Issue

The Journal of Basic Writingpublishes articles of theory, research, and teaching practices related to basic writing. Each issue of the Journal is devoted to once topic. Articles are reviewed by members of the Editorial Board and the Editors.

Editorial Board

Sarah D'Eloia 
Valerie Krishna
Virginia Epperson 
Nancy Lay
Doris Fassler 
Marylea Meyersohn
Barbara Quint Gray
Betty Rizzo

Editorial Staff

Editor: Mina P. ShaughnessyManaging Editor: Sally Heaphy

Information

The Journal of Basic Writing is published with support from the City University of New York, Instructional Resource Center.

Cover design by Jamie Ross


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