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Editorial: The Limits of Blind Review
Poem: High Shoes
Dana C. Elder
Scoring Rubrics and the Material Conditions of Our Relations with Students
David Martins (New Voice)
This article explores the use of scoring rubrics in the context of deteriorating material conditions of writing instruction.
An Analysis of the National TYCA Research Initiative Survey Section IV: Writing Across the Curriculum and Writing Centers in Two-Year College English Programs
This analysis of the Writing Across the Curriculum section of the TYCA national survey of writing programs covers Writing Across the Curriculum and Writing in the Disciplines programs and initiatives, as well as writing centers and the overall satisfaction with two-year institutions’ integration of Writing Across the Curriculum.
Poem: Speech Lessons
C. D. Albin
Requiring First-Year Writing Classes to Visit the Writing Center: Bad Attitudes or Positive Results?
Barbara Lynn Gordon (New Voice)
The attempt of writing center consultants to discourage faculty from requiring classes to visit the writing center led to research that calls this longstanding practice into question.
Critical Language Awareness and Learners in College Transitional English
Deborah M. Sánchez (New Voice) and Eric J. Paulson
This article reviews literature on Critical Language Awareness (CLA) studies in transitional English courses and with other related student populations in order to build an argument for and give implications for using CLA as a curricular approach in the classroom.
Instructional Note: Linking Composition and Literature through Metagenres: Using Business Sales Letters in First-Year English
By rewriting a sales letter about a short story into a literary analysis, first-year composition students not only learn rhetorical principles that are sometimes lost in a literature-based composition course but also discover the metagenres linking disciplines.
CONNECT: Breaking Down Barriers in Public Higher Education
Michael Olendzenski (New Voice)
This article describes the development of collegiality and the positive results of professional synergy within a group of English professors from three community colleges, a state college, a university, and a maritime academy in southeastern Massachusetts.
What Works for Me
Carrie DuPre, Samm Erickson, Richard Diguette, Michael Bobkoff, Gerald Lee Ratliff, Kerry Dirk
Two-Year College English teachers offer brief descriptions of successful classroom activities.
Review Cross Talk: A Series of Reviewer and Author Comments on Anne Beaufort’s College Writing and Beyond: A New Framework for University Writing
Reviews and Responses by Linda Brender and Jeffrey Klausman, with a Final Comment from Anne Beaufort
What if two reviewers read and reviewed the same book and then commented on the review written by the other? And what if the book author could then respond to their entire exchange?
REVIEW: Defying the Odds: Class and the Pursuit of Higher Literacy
by Donna Dunbar-Odom, Reviewed by Karryn Lintelman
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