Teaching Writing: Pedagogy, Gender, and Equity / Edition 1

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  • ISBN-13: 9780887063534
  • Publisher: State University of New York Press
  • Publication date: 11/1/1986
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 238

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Introduction

I: Old Silences, New Voices

Pamela J. Annas
Silences: Feminist Language Research and the Teaching of Writing

Wendy Goulston
Women Writing

Carol Stanger
The Sexual Politics of the One-to-One Tutorial Approach and Collaborative Learning

Elisabeth Däumer and Sandra Runzo
Transforming the Composition Classroom

II: Awareness and Action: The Teacher's Responsibility

Alice S. Horning
The "Climate of Fear" in the Teaching of Writing

Alice F. Freed
Hearing Is Believing: The Effect of Sexist Language on Language Skills

III: Writing and Speaking: The Student's Authority

Olivia Frey
Equity and Peace in the New Writing Class

Diana J. Fuss
Gender, Role, and Class: In Quest of the Perfect Writing Theme

Mary DeShazer|
Creation and Relation: Teaching Essays by T. S. Eliot and Adrienne Rich

Mary Quinn
Teaching Digression as a Mode of Discovery: A Student-Centered Approach to the Discussion of Literature

Ann Lavine
Subject Matter and Gender

IV: Equity in Practice

Pattie Cowell
Valuing Language: Feminist Pedagogy in the Writing Classroom

Donna M. Perry
Making Journal Writing Matter

James D. Riemer
Becoming Gender Conscious: Writing About Sex Roles in a Composition Course

Susan Radner
Writing About Families: How to Apply Feminism to a Traditional Writing Syllabus

Mickey Pearlman
How I Would Liberate My Mother

V: Equity Across the Curriculum: The Administrator's Challenge

Robert Mielke
Revisionist Theory on Moral Development and Its Impact upon Pedagogical and Departmental Practice

Judith Bechte
Why Teaching Writing Always Brings up Questions of Equity l

Cynthia L. Caywood and Gillian R. Overing
Writing Across the Curriculum: A Model for a Workshop and a Call for Change

Rebecca Blevins Faery
Women and Writing Across the Curriculum: Learning and Liberation

Bibliography

Notes on Contributors

Index

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