A Teaching Subject: Composition Since 1966

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Prentice Hall, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 144 pages
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This book provides a practical understanding of the growth of composition studies as a field of study. A Teaching Subject: Composition Since 1966 provides a highly readable outline of the major trends in composition theory and teaching since 1966 as a means of explaining the origins of current attitudes towards teaching college writing. It also presents a direct connection between recent advances in theory and new practices in the classroom. Appropriate for any reader who wishes a better understanding of the current trends in teaching English composition.

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At times, Harris's argument is difficult to comprehend, but he provides practical teaching strategies and his chapter on community is particularly interesting. Read full review

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At times, Harris's argument is difficult to comprehend, but he provides practical teaching strategies and his chapter on community is particularly interesting. Read full review

Contents

Interchapter
18
Interchapter
46
Chapter Three Process
53
Copyright

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Professor Joseph Harris Teaches at Harvard University.

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