Techniques of Sentence Structure in Composition
Special Treatment for Superior Students
Forming Attitudes toward News Reporting
The Graduate Assistant as Teacher of the Freshman Course
National Standards and Accreditation
Standard Literature in The Freshman Course
Maintaining Proficiency beyond the Freshman Year
Current Experiments in Teaching
Relevance of American Studies to the Freshman Course
Mutual Appraisal--College Composition and High School English
Remedial English: Luxury or Necessity?
Recent Developments in Teaching Reading
Special Problems in Junior Colleges
Advanced Discussion of Linguistics
Theme Reading and Grading
Special Problems in Liberal Arts Colleges
Teaching Students to Write for Business and Industry
The Advanced Course in Expository Writing
Grammar: What Kind and How Much?
Theory in Communication
The Role of the Course in General Education Programs
Administering the Large Freshman Program
Introductory Discussion of Linguistics
The Research Paper: A Reappraisal
The Course Syllabus: Preparation, Content, Use
Maintaining Standards in Rising Enrollments
The Freshman Anthology: Virtues and Shortcomings
Rhetorical Invention: Good Subject Matter for Composition
Uses of Logic in the Freshman Course
The Philosophy of the Communications Course
Determining the Quality of Teaching
The Rhetoric of the Paragraph
Articulation of Secondary School and College Work
Entrance and Placement Tests
Use of the Individual Conference
The Freshman Handbook: A Close Look
Increasing Students' Vocabulary
Secretary's Reports Numbers 20, 21, 22
Joseph A. Rogers
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