Sentence combining: a rhetorical perspective

Front Cover
Donald A. Daiker, Andrew Kerek, Max Morenberg
Southern Illinois University Press, Mar 1, 1985 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 386 pages
0 Reviews

Twenty-three stimulating papers, includ­ing essays by Peter Elbow, Donald Murray, and William Strong, selected from the more than sixty presented at the Second Miami University Confer­ence on Sentence Combining and the Teaching of Writing.

 

Sentence combining has not only sur­vived the paradigm shift in the teaching of writing but continues to stimulate provocative, creative thinking about the writing process itself. No longer an end in itself, but a tool, sentence combining has become a method of teaching about ways of thinking, of perceiving, and of organizing reality.

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

The Role of the Elaborated Dominant Nominal in
1
Differential Effects of Sentence Combining on College
17
Some of What We Need to Know
33
Copyright

16 other sections not shown

Common terms and phrases

About the author (1985)

Donald A. Daiker, Andrew Kerek, and Max Morenberg teach in the Department of English at Miami University. They are the authors of the research monograph Sentence Combining and College Com­position and of the textbook The Writer’s Options. They are the editors of Sen­tence Combining and the Teaching of Writing.