Writing Across the Curriculum

Readings

  • Albers, Cheryl. “Using the Syllabus to Document the Scholarship of Teaching.” Teaching Sociology 31.1 (2003): 60-72.
  • Applebee, Arthur N. Curriculum as Conversation: Transforming Traditions of Teaching and Learning. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1996.
  • Bartholomae, David. “Inventing the University.” When a Writer Can’t Write: Studies in Writer's Block and Other Composing Process Problems. Ed. Mike Rose. New York: Guilford Press, 1985. 134-166.
  • Bartholomae, David. “The Study of Error.” College Composition and Communication 31.3 (1980): 253-269.
  • Bass, Randy. “The Scholarship of Teaching: What’s the Problem?” Inventio 1.1 (1999).
  • Bazerman, Charles, and David R. Russell, eds. Landmark Essays on Writing Across the Curriculum. Davis, CA: Hermagoras Press, 1994.
  • Bean, John C. Engaging Ideas: The Professor’s Guide to Integrating Writing, Critical Thinking, and Active Learning in the Classroom. San Francisco: John Wiley & Sons, 2001.
  • Bean, John C., Dean Drenk, and F.D. Lee. “Microtheme Strategies for Developing Cognitive Skills.” New Directions for Teaching and Learning 1982.12 (1982): 27-38.
  • Berthoff, Ann E. “Dialectical Notebooks and the Audit of Meaning.” The Journal Book. Ed. Toby Fulwiler. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1987. 11-18.
  • Berthoff, Ann E. “Speculative Instruments: Language in the Core Curriculum.” The Making of Meaning: Metaphors, Models, and Maxims for Writing Teachers. Upper Montclair, NJ: Boynton/Cook, 1981. 113-126.
  • Bizzell, Patricia. “The Intellectual Work of ‘Mixed’ Forms of Academic Discourses.” ALT DIS: Alternative Discourses and the Academy. Eds. Christopher Schroeder, Helen Fox, and Patricia Bizzell. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 2002. 1-10.
  • Blair, Catherine Pastore. “Only One of the Voices: Dialogic Writing Across the Curriculum.” College English 50.4 (1988): 383-389.
  • Bloom, Lynn Z. “Good Enough Writing: What is Good Enough Writing, Anyway?” What is “College-Level” Writing? Eds. Patrick Sullivan and Howard Tinberg. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 2006. 71-91.
  • Bruffee, Kenneth A. “Collaboration, Conversation, and Reacculturation.” Collaborative Learning: Higher Education, Interdependence, and the Authority of Knowledge. 2nd Ed. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins U P, 1999. 3-20.
  • Bruffee, Kenneth A. “Collaborative Learning and the ‘Conversation of Mankind.’” College English 46.7 (1984): 635-652.
  • Butler, John F. “Remedial Writers: The Teacher’s Job as Corrector of Papers.” College Composition and Communication 31.3 (1980): 270-277.
  • Canagarajah, A. Suresh. “Toward a Writing Pedagogy of Shuttling between Languages: Learning from Multilingual Writers.” College English 68.6 (2006): 589-604.
  • Carpenter, C. Blaine, and James C. Doig. “Assessing Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum.” New Directions for Teaching and Learning 1988.34 (1988): 33-46.
  • Coleman, Charles F. “Our Students Write With Accents—Oral Paradigms for ESD Students” College Composition and Communication 48.4 (1997): 486-500.
  • Cornell, Cynthia, and David J. Klooster. “Writing Across the Curriculum: Transforming the Academy?” WPA: Writing Program Administration 14.1-2 (1990): 7-16.
  • Donahue, Patricia. “Strange Resistances.” The WAC Journal 13 (2002): 31-41.
  • Elbow, Peter. “Grading Student Writing: Making It Simpler, Fairer, Clearer.” New Directions for Teaching and Learning 1997.69 (1997): 127-140.
  • Elbow, Peter. “High Stakes and Low Stakes in Assigning and Responding to Writing.” New Directions for Teaching and Learning 1997.69 (1997): 5-13.
  • Emig, Janet. “Writing as a Mode of Learning.” College Composition and Communication 28.2 (1977): 122-128.
  • Farris, Christine, and Raymond Smith. “Writing-Intensive Courses: Tools for Curricular Change.” Writing Across the Curriculum: A Guide to Developing Programs. Eds. Susan H. McLeod and Margot Soven. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 1992. 52-62.
  • Freisinger, Randall R. “Cross-Disciplinary Writing Workshops: Theory and Practice.” College English 42.2 (1980): 154-156+161-166.
  • Fulwiler, Toby. “The Argument for Writing Across the Curriculum.” Writing Across the Disciplines: Research Into Practice. Eds. Art Young and Toby Fulwiler. Upper Montclair, NJ: Boynton/Cook, 1986. 21-32.
  • Fulwiler, Toby. “Journals across the Disciplines.” English Journal 69.9 (1980): 14-19.
  • Fulwiler, Toby. “Why We Teach Writing in the First Place.” fforum 4.2 (1983): 122-133.
  • Fulwiler, Toby. “Writing Back and Forth: Class Letters.” New Directions for Teaching and Learning 1997.69 (1997): 15-25.
  • Fulwiler, Toby, and Art Young. “The Enemies of Writing Across the Curriculum.” Programs that Work: Models and Methods for Writing Across the Curriculum. Eds. Toby Fulwiler and Art Young, Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook. 1990. 287-295.
  • Gabelnick, Faith, Jean MacGregor, Roberta S. Matthews, and Barbara Leigh Smith. “Teaching in Learning Communities.” New Directions for Teaching and Learning 1990.41 (1990): 53-60
  • Geisler, Cheryl. “Literacy and Expertise in the Academy.” Language and Learning Across the Disciplines 1.1 (1994): 35-57.
  • Gottschalk, Katherine, and Keith Hjortshoj. “Designing Writing Assignments and Assignment Sequences.” Elements of Teaching Writing: A Resource for Instructors in All Disciplines. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2004. 29-46.
  • Graff, Gerald. “Hidden Intellectualism.” Pedagogy 1.1 (2001): 21-36.
  • Greenberg, Karen L. “Assessing Writing: Theory and Practice.” New Directions for Teaching and Learning 1988.34 (1988): 47-59.
  • Haas, Christina. “Learning to Read Biology: One Student's Rhetorical Development in College.” Written Communication 11.1 (1994): 43-84.
  • Hartwell, Patrick. “Grammar, Grammars, and the Teaching of Grammar.” College English 47.2 (1985): 105-127.
  • Haswell, Richard H. “Minimal Marking.” College English 45.6 (1983): 600-604.
  • Hawisher, Gail E., and Charles Moran. “Responding to Writing On-Line.” New Directions for Teaching and Learning 1997.69 (1997): 115-125.
  • Herrington, Anne J. “Writing to Learn: Writing Across the Disciplines.” College English 43.4 (1981): 379-387.
  • Hirsch, Linda. “Mainstreaming ESL Students: A Counterintuitive Perspective.” College ESL 6.2 (1996): 12-26.
  • Hirsch, Linda, and Carolina DeLuca. “WAC in an Urban and Bilingual Setting: Writing-to-Learn in English y en Espanol.” Language and Learning Across the Disciplines 6.3 (2003): 61-73.
  • Howard, Rebecca Moore. “Forget About Policing Plagiarism. Just Teach.” The Chronicle of Higher Education.16 Nov. 2001: B24.
  • Huber, Mary Taylor, and Pat Hutchings. The Advancement of Learning: Building the Teaching Commons. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2005.
  • Johns, Ann M. “ESL Students and WAC Programs: Varied Populations and Diverse Needs.” WAC for the New Millennium: Strategies for Continuing Writing-Across-the-Curriculum Programs. Eds. Susan H. McLeod, Eric Miraglia, Margot Soven, and Christopher Thaiss. Urbana, IL.: National Council of Teachers of English, 2001. 141-164.
  • Keene, Ellin Oliver, and Susan Zimmermann. Mosaic of Thought: Teaching Comprehension in a Reader’s Workshop. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1997.
  • Knoblauch, C.H., and Lil Brannon. “Writing as Learning Through the Curriculum.” College English 45.5 (1983): 465-474.
  • Kutz, Eleanor. “From Outsider to Insider: Studying Academic Discourse Communities Across the Curriculum.” Crossing the Curriculum: Multilingual Learners in College Classrooms. Eds. Vivian Zamel and Ruth Spack. Mahwah, NJ: L. Erlbaum Associates, 2004. 75-94.
  • Lamott, Anne. “Shitty First Drafts.” Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life. New York: Anchor Books, 1995. 21-27.
  • Langer, Judith A. “Speaking of Knowing: Conceptions of Understanding in Academic Disciplines.” Writing, Teaching, and Learning in the Disciplines. Eds. Anne Herrington and Charles Moran. New York: Modern Language Association, 1992. 69-85.
  • Leki, Ilona. “Coping Strategies of ESL Students in Writing Tasks Across the Curriculum.” TESOL Quarterly 29.2 (1995): 235-260.
  • Leki, Ilona. Understanding ESL Writers: A Guide for Teachers. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1992.
  • McCarthy, Lucille Parkinson. “A Stranger in Strange Lands: A College Student Writing Across the Curriculum.” Research in the Teaching of English 21.3 (1987): 233-265.
  • McLeod, Susan, and Elaine Maimon. “Clearing the Air: WAC Myths and Realities.” College English 62.5 (2000): 573-583.
  • McLeod, Susan H., and Margot Soven. “What Do You Need to Start—and Sustain—a Writing-Across-the-Curriculum Program?” WPA: Writing Program Administration 15.1-2 (1991): 25-33.
  • Mahala, Daniel, and Jody Swilky. “Resistance and Reform: The Functions of Expertise in Writing Across the Curriculum.” Language and Learning Across the Disciplines 1.2 (1994): 35-62.
  • Maimon, Elaine P. “Collaborative Learning and Writing Across the Curriculum.” WPA: Writing Program Administration 9.3 (1986): 9-15.
  • Maimon, Elaine P. “Writing Across the Curriculum: Past, Present, and Future.” New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 1982.12 (1982): 67-73.
  • Merrill, Yvonne. “Writing as Situated Thinking in General Education.” Across the Disciplines 1 (2004).
  • Monroe, Jonathan, ed. Writing and Revising the Disciplines. Ithaca: Cornell U P, 2002.
  • Moore, Judy, and Eric Mould. “The Evolution of a Biology Course: From Student Passivity to Student Accountability.” Assessment in and of Collaborative Learning.
  • Palloff, Rena M., and Keith Pratt. Building Learning Communities in Cyberspace: Effective Strategies for the Online Classroom. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1990.
  • Parks, Steve, and Eli Goldblatt. “Writing beyond the Curriculum: Fostering New Collaborations in Literacy.” College English 62.5 (2000): 584-606.
  • Raimes, Ann. “Writing and Learning Across the Curriculum: The Experience of a Faculty Seminar.” College English 41.7 (1980): 797-801.
  • Rose, Mike. “When Faculty Talk About Writing.” College English 41.3 (1979): 272-279.
  • Rose, Mike. “The Language of Exclusion: Writing Instruction at the University.” College English 47.4 (1985): 341-359.
  • Russell, David R. “Writing across the Curriculum and the Communications Movement: Some Lessons from the Past.” College Composition and Communication 38.2 (1987): 184-194.
  • Russell, David R. “Writing Across the Curriculum in Historical Perspective: Toward a Social Interpretation.” College English 52.1 (1990): 52-73.
  • Russell, David R. Writing in the Academic Disciplines: A Curricular History. 2nd Ed. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois U P, 2002.
  • Sargent, M. Elizabeth. “Peer Response to Low Stakes Writing in a WAC Literature Classroom.” New Directions for Teaching and Learning 1997.69 (1997): 41- 52.
  • Shaughnessy, Mina P. Errors and Expectations: A Guide for the Teacher of Basic Writing. New York: Oxford U P, 1977.
  • Sternglass, Marilyn S. “Students Deserve Enough Time to Prove that They Can Succeed.” Journal of Basic Writing 18.1 (1999): 3-20.
  • Tchudi, Susan, Heidi Estrem, and Patti-Anne Hanlon. “Unsettling Drafts: Helping Students See New Possibilities in Their Writing.” English Journal 86.6 (1997): 27-33.
  • Thaiss, Chris. “Writing Across the Curriculum: The State of the Art.” The Quarterly of the National Writing Project 9.1 (1987): 14-17.
  • Tighe, M. A., and S. M. Koziol, Jr. “Practices in the Teaching of Writing by Teachers of English, Social Studies, and Science.” English Education 14.2 (1982): 76-85.
  • Townsend, Martha A. “Integrating WAC into General Education: An Assessment Case Study.” WAC and Program Assessment: Diverse Methods of Evaluating Writing Across the Curriculum Programs. Eds. Brian Huot and Kathleen Lake. Forthcoming.
  • Townsend, Martha A. “Writing across the Curriculum.” Encyclopedia of English Studies and Language Arts. Vol. 2. Ed. Alan C. Purves. New York: National Council of Teachers of English, 1994. 1299-1302.
  • Waldo, Mark L. “The Last Best Place for Writing Across the Curriculum: The Writing Center.” WPA: Writing Program Administration 16.3 (1993): 15-26.
  • Young, Art. “The Wonder of Writing Across the Curriculum.” Language and Learning Across the Disciplines 1.1 (1994): 58-71.
  • Zamel, Vivian. “Responding to Student Writing.” TESOL Quarterly 19.1 (1985): 79-101.
  • Zamel, Vivian. “Strangers in Academia: The Experiences of Faculty and ESL Students Across the Curriculum.” College Composition and Communication 46.4 (1995): 506-52.

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