The Writing teacher's sourcebook

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Oxford University Press, 1988 - Business & Economics - 371 pages
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In "Embracing Contraries in the Teaching Process," Peter Elbow explores the two obligations that teachers feel: toward students and towards knowledge and society (54). We cannot pretend that these two ... Read full review

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Corbett, Myers, and Tate's “The Writing Teacher's Sourcebook” offers a compilation of essays intended to inform readers of current theory and practice from well-respected authorities in the field. I ... Read full review

Contents

William Riley Parker Where Do English Departments Come From?
3
Donald Stewart Some History Lessons for Composition Teachers
16
Audience
19
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Gary Tate is Addie Levy Professor of Literature at TCU, where he teaches courses in working-class literature, composition theory, and writing.

James L. Golden, Professor Emeritus of Communication at Ohio State University, served as Chair of the Department from 1975 through 1983. Currently he is Visiting Professor of Communication Studies at Emerson College. Among the books he has co-authored are "The Rhetoric of Black Americans "(1971), "Practical Reasoning in Human Affairs "(1986), and "The Rhetoric of Western Thought, "4th ed. (1989).


Edward P. J. Corbett, Professor of English at Ohio State University, is author or editor of 14 books, including "Classical Rhetoric for the Modern Student, "3rd ed. (1990), "The Little English Handbook, "5th ed. (1987), and "Selected Essays" "of Edward P. J. Corbett "(1989). In 1986, he received both the Ohio State Distinguished Scholar Award and the NCTE Distinguished Service Award and in 1989 was named Rhetorician of the Year at the Young Rhetoricians' Conference.

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