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ADAMS, Katherine & John. Teaching Advanced Composition: Why and How. [T]

ADLER-KASSNER, Linda et. al. Service Learning in the Disciplines. [SL]

ALLEN, Harold B. & LINN, Michael. Readings in Applied English Linguistics, 3rd ed. [LG]

ANSON, Chris M. A Field Guide to Writing. [WAC]

ANSON, Chris M., et al. Scenarios for Teaching Writing [T]

ANSON, Chris M. Writing and Response: Theory, Practice, Research [CT]

APPLEBEE, Arthur N. Tradition and Reform in the Teaching of English: A History [PI]

APPLETON The College Teaching of English [T]


BABIN, Edith & HARRISON, Kimberly. Contemporary Composition Studies: a Guide to Theorists and Terms.[CT]

BAILEY, Richard W. & Fosheim, eds. Literacy for Life: The Demand for Reading and Writing. [LY] (2 c.)

BARNES, et al. Teaching and the Case Method. [T]

BARNETT, Timothy. Teaching Argument in the Composition Course. [T]

BARR-REAGAN, Sally et. al eds.. Writing With: New Directions in Collaborative Teaching, Learning and Research. [CL]

BARTHOLOMAE and PETROSKY. Facts, Artifacts, and Counterfacts. [BW]

BARTON, David et. al, eds. Situated Literacies: Reading and Writing in Context.[LY]

BAZERMAN, Charles and Paul PRIOR, eds. What Writing Does and How It Does It.[R&W]

BEACH, Richard & BRIDWELL, L., eds. New Directions in Composition Research. [RC]

BEARDSLEY, Monroe C. Modes of Argument. [M]

BECKETT, Frederick E. College Composition: The Course Where a Student Doesn't Learn to Write. [CI]

BELANOFF, Pat & DICKSON, Marcia, eds. Portfolios Process and Product. [T]

BELENKY, Mary Field, et al. Women's Ways of Knowing : Development of Self, Voice, and Mind. [CCT]

BENESCH, Sarah. Critical English for Academic Purposes. [CT]

BERLIN, James A. Rhetoric and Reality: Writing Instruction in American Colleges 1900-1985.[CT]

BERTHOFF, Ann E. Forming, Thinking, Writing. [CCT]

BERTHOFF, Ann E. Making of Meaning: Metaphors, Models, and Maxims for Writing Teachers, The [T]

BESTOR, Dorothy K. Aside From Teaching English, What in the World Can You Do? [PI] (2 c.)

BIRKERTS, et al. Literature: The Evolving Canon. [LT]

BITZER, Lloyd F. & BLACK, E., eds.Prospect of Rhetoric, The [CT]

BLAKESLEY, David & HOOGEVEEN, Jeffrey. Prepared by KARPER, Erin. Thompson Handbook Instructor Flex-Files, The. [T] (2 c.)

BOLTON, W.F. Living Language: The History and Structure of English, A [LG]

BOND, Guy L., et al. Reading Difficulties: Their Diagnosis and Correction. [LD]

BRANNON, et al. Writer's Writing. [CCT]

BRENT, Doug.Reading as Rhetorical Invention: Knowledge, Persuasion, and the Teaching of Research-Based Writing.[R&W]

BRIDGES, Charles W., ed. Training the New Teacher of College Composition. [AWP] (2c.)

BRITTON, James, et al. Development of Writing Abilities [11-18], The [RC]

BROAD, Bob. What We Really Value: Beyond rubrics in teaching and Assessing Writing. [CT]

BROOKE, Robert, et al. Small Groups in Writing Workshops: Invitations to a Writer's Life. [CL]

BROOKFIELD, Stephen D. Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher. [T]

BULLOCK, Richard & TRIMBUR, John, eds. Politics of Writing Instruction: Postsecondary.[PI]

BURANEN, Lise & ROY, Alice M, eds. Perspectives on Plagiarism and Intellectual Property in a Postmodern World. [T]

BUSHMAN, John H. Teaching of Writing, The [T]


CAZDEN, Courtney B. Classroom Discourse: The Language of Teaching and Learning. [T]

CHRISTENSEN, Francis & CHRISTENSEN, Bonniejean. New Rhetoric, A [TS]

CHRISTENSEN, Francis & CHRISTENSEN, Bonniejean. Notes Toward a New Rhetoric, 2nd ed. [TS]

CLIFFORD & SCHILB Writing Theory and Critical Theory. [CT]

COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAM BOARD Measurement Of Writing Ability. [RC]

COLLINS, James L., ed. Vital Signs: Bringing Together Reading and Writing. [R&W]

CONNOLLY, Paul & VILARDI, Teresa eds. New Methods in College Writing Programs: Theories in Practice. [AWP]

CONNORS, Robert & GLENN, Cheryl. St. Martin's Guide to Teaching Writing, 2nd ed. & 3rd ed. [T]

COOPER, Charles R., ed. Nature and Measurement of Competency in English. [RC]

COOPER, Charles R. & GREENBAUM, S., eds. Studying Writing: Linguistic Approaches. [LG]

COOPER, Charles R., & ODELL, Lee. Evaluating Writing. [RC]

COOPER, Charles R. & ODELL, eds. Research on Composing: Points of Departure. [RC]

COPPERMAN, Paul. Literacy Hoax: The Decline of Reading, Writing, & Learning in the Public Schools. [LY]

CORBETT, Edward P.J. Classical Rhetoric for the Modern Student, 1st & 2nd ed. [T]

CORBETT, Edward P.J. Classical Rhetoric for the Modern Student, 2nd ed. [T]

COSTANZO, Willaim V. Reading the Movies: Twelve Great Films on Video and How to Teach Them. [T]

CROWLEY, Sharon. Composition and the University: Historical and Polemical Essays. [CT]

CRUSIUS, Timothy W.Discourse: A Critique and Synthesis of Major Theories. [CT] (2c.)


D'ANGELO, Frank J. Conceptual Theory of Rhetoric, A [CT]

DAIKER, Donald A, et al., eds. Sentence Combining and the Teaching of Writing. [TS]

DAVIS, James E. and SALAMONE, Ronald E. Teaching Shakespeare Today: Practical Approaches and Productive Strategies. [LT]

DAVIS, James P. Writing With Sources: Paraphrasing, Quoting, and Plagiarism. [T]

DAVIS, Michael. Manuals That Work. [PTW]

DETHIER, Brock. Composition Instructor's Survival Guide, The [PI]

DEVITT, Amy J. Writing Genres.[CT]

DEVRIES, Mary A. Secretary's Standard Reference Manual and Guide. [REF]

DIEDERICH, Paul B. Measuring Growth in English. [RC] (2c.)

DILLARD, J.L. Black English: Its History and Usage in the United States. [LG]

DONOVAN, Timothy R. & MCCLELLAND,Ben eds. Eight Approaches to Teaching Composition. [T] (2c.)

DOWNING, David. Changing Classroom Practices. [T]


EBLE, Kenneth E. Craft of Teaching, The, 2nd ed. [T]

EDE, Lisa. Work in Progress: A Guide to Writing and Revising. [CT]

EDE, Lisa, ed. On Writing Research: The Braddock Essays 1975-1998. [CT]

EDE, Lisa & LUNSFORD, Andrea. Singular Texts/Plural Authors. [CL]

ELBOW, Peter Writing with Power. [CT]

ENOS, Theresa, ed. Encyclopedia of Rhetoric and Composition. [REF]

ENOS, Theresa, ed. Sourcebook for Basic Writing Teachers, A [BW]


FARMER, Frank. Saying and Silence: Listening to Composition with Bakhtin.[CT]

FISKE, Robert Hartwell. Guide to Concise Writing. [REF]

FLOOD, James et. al. Handbook of Research on Teaching the English Language Arts. (1991) [REF]

FLYNN, Thomas & KING, Mary. Dynamics of the Writing Conference: Social and Cognitive Interactions.[T]

FOSTER, David. Primer for Writing Teachers, A [T]

FOWLER, H.W. Dictionary of Modern English Usage, 2nd ed. [REF]

FRANK, F.W. & TREICHLER, P.A. Language, Gender, and Professional Writing: Theoretical Approaches...[PTW]

FREEDMAN, Aviva & MEDWAY, Peter. Learning and Teaching Genre. [T]

FREEDMAN, Sarah Warshauer. Response to Student Writing. [T] (2c.)

FRIERE, Paulo. Pedagogy of the Oppressed.[CT]

FULWILER, Toby. College Writing. [M]

FULWILER, Toby, ed. Journal Book, The [T]

FULWILER, Toby & YOUNG, Art, eds. Language Connections: Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum. [WAC] (3 c.)


GERRARD, Lisa, ed. Writing at Century's End: Essays on Computer-Assisted Composition. [TVR]

GIBALDI, Joseph. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers.[REF]

GILLESPIE, Paula & LERNER, Neal. Allyn And Bacon Guide to Peer Tutoring, The. [T]

GOLUB, Jeffrey N, ed. Focus on Collaborative Learning. [CL]

GONG, Gwendolyn & DRAGGA, Sam. A Writer's Repertoire [BW]

GORDON, Karen Elizabeth. Transitive Vampire, The [TS]

GORRELL, Donna. Copy/Write: Basic Writing Through Controlled Composition. [BW]

GOWEN, James A. English Review Manual: A Program for Self-Instruction. [T]

GRAVES, Richard, L. Rhetoric and Composition: A Sourcebook for Teachers. [T] (2 c.)

GRAVES, Richard, ed. Writing, Teaching, Learning: a Sourcebook. [T]

GRIFFIN, C. Williams, ed. Teaching Writing in all Disciplines. [WAC] (2 c.)

GUTH, Hans P. English Today and Tomorrow. [T] (2 c.)


HALLIDAY, M.A.K. & HASAN, R. Cohesion in English. [LG]

HALPERN, Jeanne & LIGGETT, S. Computers & Composing. [TVR]

HARKIN, Patricia & SCHILB, John. Contending With Words: Composition and Rhetoric in a Postmodern Age. [CT]

Harris, Joseph. A Teaching Subject: Composition since 1996.[CT]

HARTWELL, Patrick Open to Language. [CT]

HAWISHER, Gail & SELF, Cynthia, eds. Passions, Pedagogies, and 21st Century Technologies.[TVR]

HAWISHER, Gail E. & SELFE, Cynthia. Longman Bibliography of Composition and Rhetoric. 1991 & 1992 [RC]

HAWISHER, Gail E. & SOTER, eds. On Literacy and its Teaching. [LY]

HAYS, Janice. Writer's Mind, The [CT]

HEATH, Shirley. Ways with Words: Language, Life, and Work in Communities and Classrooms.[LG]

HEATHERINGTON, Madelon E. How Language Works. [LG]

HELMERS, Marguerite, ed. Intertexts: Reading Pedagogy in College Writing Classrooms.[R&W]

HILL, Charles & HELMERS, Marguerite, eds. Defining Visual Rhetorics.[TVR]

HILLOCKS, George Jr., ed. English Curriculum Under Fire: What are the Real Basics? [CI]

HILLOCKS, George Jr. Research on Written Composition. [RC]

HIRSCH, E.D., Jr. Philosophy of Composition, The [CT]

HOFFMAN, Eric & SCHEIDENHELM, Carol. Introduction to Teaching Composition in an Electronic Environment, An. [T]

HOLDSTEIN, Deborah H. On Composition and Computers. [TVR]

HOLDSTEIN, D. & SELFE, C.L. Computers and Writing: Theory, Research, Practice. [TVR]

HOOK, J.N. et al. What Every English Teacher Should Know. [T]

HORNER, Winifred Bryan. Composition and Literature: Bridging the Gap. [R&W]

HOURIGAN, Maureen M. Literacy as Social Change: Intersections of Class, Gender, and Culture.[LY]

HUFF, Roland & KLINE, Charles R. Contemporary Writing Curriculum: Rehearsing, Composing, & Valuing. [CI] (2 c.)

HULT, Christine A. Evaluating Teachers of Writing. [PI]

HUNTER, Susan & WALLACE, Ray. Place of Grammar in Writing Instruction, The [T]


IRMSCHER, William F. Teaching Expository Writing. [T] (4 c.)

ISER, Wolfgang. Implied Reader, The [R&W]


JACOBUS, Lee A. & MILLER, Judith D. Sentence Book, The [TS]

JANANGELO, Joseph & HANSEN, Kristine. Resituating Writing: Constructing and Administering Writing Programs. [AWP]

JAYNES, Julian. Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind. [CCT]

JOHNSON, Michael L. Education on the Wild Side. [CT]

JUDY, Stephen N. & JUDY, Susan M. Introduction to the Teaching of Writing. [t]


KAHN, Elizabeth A., WALTER, & JOHANNESSEN. Writing About Literature. [R&W] (2 c.)

KARPER, Erin, preparer. BLAKESLEY, David & HOOGEVEEN, Jeffrey. Thompson Handbook Instructor Flex-Files, The. [T] (2 c.)

KASDEN, Lawrence N. & HOEBER, eds. Basic Writing: Essays for Teachers, Researchers, Administrators. [BW] (2 c.)

KERNAN, Alvin. In Plato's Cave. [PI]

KINNEAVY, James L. Theory of Discourse, A [CT] (2 c.)

KITZHABER, Albert. Themes, Theories, and Therapy: Teaching of Writing in College. [T] (2 c.)

KLAUS, Carl & JONES, Nancy, eds. Courses for Change in Writing. [T]

KLEMENT & MATALENE. Telling Stories/Taking Risks: Journalism Writing at the Century's Edge. [M]

KNOBLAUCH, C. H. & BRANNON, Lillian. Rhetorical Traditions and the Teaching of Writing.[CT]


LAIRD, Charlton. Language in America. [LG]

LAMBERT, Leo M., TICE, Stacey Lane, & FEATHERSTONE, Patricia H. University Teaching: A Guide for Graduate Students. [T]

LANHAM, Richard A. Literacy and the Survival of Humanism. [LY]

LANHAM, Richard A. Revising Prose. [TS]

LANHAM, Richard A. Style: An Anti-Textbook. [TS]

LAQUE, Carol Feiser & SHERWOOD, P. Laboratory Approach to Writing, A [T]

LAUER, Janice M. & ASHER, J. Wm. Composition Research: Empirical Designs [RC]

LAZARUS, Arnold & SMITH, H. Wendel. Glossary of Literature and Composition, A [REF]

LEFEVRE, Karen Burke. Invention as a Social Act. [CCT]

LESTER, Mark. Grammar in the Classroom. [LG]

LIGHTFOOT, David. Language Lottery: Toward a Biology of Grammars, The [LG]

LILES, Bruce. A Basic Grammar of Modern English. [LG]

LINDEMANN, Erika Rhetoric for Writing Teachers, A 4th edition [T]

LINDEMANN, Erika Longman Bibliography of Composition and Rhetoric. [RC] (2 c.)

LLOYD-JONES, Richard & LUNSFORD, A., eds. English Coalition Conference: Democracy Through Language, The [PI]

LOHAFER, Susan & CLAREY, Jo, eds. Short Story Theory at a Crossroads. [LT]

LONG, Littleton, ed. Writing Exercises From Exercise Exchange. [TS]

LOWMAN, Joseph. Mastering the Techniques of Teaching. [T]

LUNSFORD, Andrea, et al, eds. Right to Literacy, The [LY]


MACRORIE, Ken. Telling Writing. [M]

MARSHALL, Margaret. Response to Reform: Composition and Professionalization of Teaching.[PI]

MCALEXANDER, Patricia. Beyond the "Sp" Label: Improving the Spelling of Learning Disabled and Basic Writers. [BW]

MCCLELLAND, Ben W. & DONOVAN, T. Perspectives on Research and Scholarship in Composition. [RC]

MCKEACHIE, Wilbert. Teaching Tips: Strategies, Research, and Theory for College. [T]

MCQUADE, Donald, ed.Linguistics, Stylistics, and the Teaching of Composition. [TS]

MCWHORTER, Kathleen T. College Reading and Study Skills, 6th ed. [M]

MENCKEN, H.L. American Language, The [LG]

MEYER, Emily & SMITH, Louise Z. Practical Tutor, The [WCT]

MEYERS, Alan. Composing with Confidence: Writing Effective Paragraphs and Essays. [CT]

MICHAELS, Leonard & RICKS, C., eds. State of the Language, The [CT]

MILLER, Casey. Handbook of Nonsexist Writing. [REF]

MITCHELL, Richard. Less Than Words Can Say. [TS]

MOBERG, Goran "George" Writing in Groups: New Techniques for good Writing Without Drills. [TS]

MOFFETT, James. Coming on Center, 2nd ed. [T]

MOFFETT, James. Teaching the Universe of Discourse. [T]

MORAN, Michael B. & LUNSFORD, Ron, eds. Research in Composition and Rhetoric. [RC]

MORIARTY, Laura. Center of Everything, The. [M]

MORRIS, Wm. & MORRIS, Mary, eds. Harper Dictionary of Contemporary Usage. [REF]

MURPHY, James, ed. Rhetorical Tradition and Modern Writing, The [TS] (2 c.)

MURPHY, James L. Short History of Writing Instruction. [T]

MURPHY, James, ed. A Short History of Writing Instruction: From Ancient Greece to Modern America. 2nd ed. [CT]

MURRAY, Donald M. Expecting the Unexpected: Teaching Myself & Others to Read and Write. [T]

MURRAY, Donald M. Learning by Teaching: Selected Articles on Writing and Teaching. [T]

MURRAY, Donald M. Writer Teaches Writing, A, 2nd ed. [T]

MYERS, Linda ed. Approaches to Computer Writing Classrooms. [TVR]

MYERS, Miles. Teacher Researcher: How to Study Writing in the Classroom. [RC]

MYERS, Miles & GRAY, James, eds. Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Composition: Processing...[T] (2 c.)


NEFF, Rose Ann & WEIMER, Maryellen, eds. Teaching College: Collected Readings for the New Instructor. [T]

NEUMANN, Bonnie H. & MCDONNELL, Helen M. Teaching the Short Story: A Guide to Using Stories from Around the World. [LT]

NEWKIRK, Thomas, ed. Nuts and Bolts: A Practical Guide to Teaching College Composition. [T]

NEWKIRK, Thomas, ed. Only Connect: Uniting Reading and Writing. [R&W]

NEWTON, Margaret &THOMSON, Michael. Dyslexia: A Guide for Teachers and Parents. [LD]

NORTH, Stephen M. Making of Knowledge in Composition, The [CT]

NYSTRAND, Martin. What Writers Know: The Language, Process and Structure of Written Discourse. [LG]


OCHSNER, Robert S. Physical Eloquence and the Biology of Writing. [LY]

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR TEACHING EXCELLENCE Employment and Education of Teaching Assistants. [AWP]

OHMANN, Richard. English in America: A Radical View of the Profession. [PI]

OHMANN, Richard & COLEY, W.B., eds. Ideas for English 101. [T]

OLIU, Walter E., et al. Writing That Works, 3rd ed. [PTW]

OLIVER, Eileen Iscoff. Crossing the Mainstream: Multicultural Perspectives in Teaching Literature. [LT]

OLSON, David. Literacy, Language, and Learning. [LY]

OLSON, Gary A., ed. Writing Centers: Theory and Administration. [WCT]

OLSON, Gary A. & DOBRIN, Sidney, eds. Composition Theory for the Postmodern Classroom. [CT]

OWENS, Derek. Composition and Sustainability: Teaching for a Threatened Generation.[CT]


PALMER, Parker J. The Courage to Teach. [T]

PATTISON, Robert. On Literacy: The Politics of the Word From Homer to Age of Rock. [LY]

PERL, Sondra. Felt Sense: Writing with the Body.[CCT]

PERL, Sondra, ed. Landmark Essays on Writing Process.[CT]

PETERS, William H. Effective English Teaching: Concept, Research, Practice. [T]

PETERSEN, Bruce T., ed. Convergences: Transactions in Reading and Writing. [R&W]

PONSOT, Marie & DEEN, Rosemary Beat Not the Poor Desk. [T]

POSTMAN, Neil. Teaching as a Conservative Activity. [T]


RAMSDEN, Paul. Learning to Teach in Higher Education. [T]

REIGSTAD, Thomas J. & MCANDREW. Training Tutors for Writing Conferences. [WCT]

REYNOLDS, Nedra. Portfolio Keeping: A Guide for Students. [T]

REYNOLDS, Nedra. Portfolio Teaching: A Guide for Instructors. [T]

RICHARDSON, Peter. Style: A Pragmatic Approach. [TS]

RICO, Gabriele Lusser. Writing the Natural Way. [CCT]

ROBERTS, Philip Davies. How Poetry Works. [LT]

ROBINSON, Randal. Unlocking Shakespeare's Language: Help for the Teacher and Student. [T]

ROEN, Duane et. al. eds. Strategies for Teaching First-Year Composition.[T]

ROSE, Mike. Lives on the Boundary. [PI]

ROSENBLATT, Louise M. Literature as Exploration. [LT]

ROSENTHAL, M.L. Modern Poets. [LT]

ROSENTHAL. M.L. New Poets, The [LT]

ROUECHE, John E. & SNOW, Jerry. Overcoming Learning Problems. [LD] (2 c.)

RUBIN, Donald. Talking into Writing. [BW]

RUBIN, Donalee. Gender Influences: Reading Student Texts.[T]


SALE, Roger. On Writing. [T]

SANCHEZ, Raul. The Function of Theory in Composition Studies.[CT]

SCHELL, Eileen & LAMBERT, Patricia, eds. Moving a Mountain: Transforming the Role of Contingent Faculty in Composition Studies in Higher Education.[PI]

SCHOLES, Rober, COMLEY, Nancy R., & ULMER, Gregory L. Text Book: Writing through Literature. [LT]

SELFE, Cynthia. Technology and Literacy in the 21st Century.[TVR]

SEVERINO, Guerra & BUTLER. Writing in Multicultural Settings. [T]

SHAUGHNESSY, Mina P. Errors and Expectations. [BW] (3 c.)

SHOR, Ira. Empowering Education. [CCT]

SHOR, Ira. When Students Have Power: Negotiating Authority in a Critical Pedagogy.[T]

SKORCZEWSKI, Dawn & PARFITT, Michael, eds. Conflicts and Crises in the Composition Classroom - and What Teachers Can Do About Them.[T]

SLEVIN, James F. and YOUNG, Art. Critical Theory and the Teaching of Literature. [T]

SMAGORINSKY, Peter & WHITING, Melissa E. How English Teachers Get Taught: Methods of Teaching the Methods Class. [AWP]

SMITH, Frank. Understanding Reading, 3rd ed. [R&W]

SPEAR, Karen. Sharing Writing: Peer Response Groups in English Classes. [CL] (2 c.)

SQUIRE, James R., ed. Dynamics of Language Learning, The [LG]

STARKEY, David ed. Teaching Writing Creatively.[CCT]

STEWARD, Joyce S. & SMELSTOR, M. Writing in the Social Sciences. [WAC] (2 c.)

STRUNK, William Jr. Elements of Style, The. [TS]

STUCKEY, Elspeth. The Violence of Literacy.[LY]


TARVERS, Josephine Koster. Teaching Writing: Theories and Practices. [T] (2 c.)

TARVERS, Josephine. Teaching Writing, 2nd edition. [T]

TASSONI, John P. & THELIN, William. Blundering for a Change: Errors and Expectations in Critical Pedagogy. [CT]

TATE, Gary, ed. Teaching Composition: 10 Bibliographical Essays. [T]

TATE, Gary, ed. Teaching Composition: 12 Bibliographical Essays. [T]

TATE, Gary & CORBETT, Edward, eds. Teaching High School Composition. [M]

TATE, Gary & CORBETT, Edward, eds. Writing Teacher's Sourcebook, The, 1st and 3rd eds. [T] (2 c.)

TATE, Gary et. al. eds. A Guide to Composition Pedagogies.[CT]

TAYLOR, Vernon L. How to Hold Students. [T]

TAYLOR, Vernon L. Teaching Tips for Part-Time Teachers. [T]

TIBBETTS, Arn & TIBBETTS, Charlene. What's Happening to American English? [LY]

TOULMIN, Stephen. Uses of Argument, The [CT]


VAN NOTE CHISM, Nancy. Instructional Responsibilities and Response in the Employment and Education of Teaching Assistants: Readings from a National Conference. [PI]

VILLANUEVA, Victor ed. Cross-Talk in Comp Theory: a Reader.[CT]


WAGNER, Geoffrey & RADLEY, Stanford. Language and Reality: A Semantics Approach to Writing. [CT]

WALVOORD, Barbara E. Helping Students Write Well: A Guide For Teachers in all Disciplines. [LY & WAC] (3 c.)

WALTER & SMITH. Mountain is High (Unless You Take the Elevator), The [M]

WARD, Irene. Literacy, Ideology, and Dialogue: Towards a Dialogic Pedagogy.[LY]

WEAVER, Constance ed. Lessons to Share on Teaching Grammar in Context.[T]

WENTWORTH, H. & FLEXNER, S., eds. Dictionary of American Slang. [REF]

WHEELER, Thomas C. Great American Writing Block, The: Causes and Cures of the New Illiteracy. [LY]

WHITE, Edward M. et al. Assessment of Writing: Politics, Policies, and Practices. [RC] WHITE, Edward M. Developing Successful College Writing Programs. [AWP] (2 c.)

WHITE, Edward M. Teaching and Assessing Writing. [T & RC]

WHITE, LUTZ, & KAMUSIKIRI. Assessment of Writing. [RC]

WILLIAMS, James D. Preparing to Teach Writing. [T]

WILLIAMS, Joseph M. Style: Ten Lessons in Clarity and Grace. [TS]

WILLIS, Meredith. Deep Revision. [T]

WINTERWOOD, W. Ross & BLUM, Jack. Composition in the Rhetorical Tradition. [CT]

WITTE, Stephen P. & FAIGLEY, L. Evaluating College Writing Programs. [AWP]

WRIGHT, Mary. Thompson Handbook Workbook, The. [M] (2 c.)

WYMAN, Roger E. & RISSER, N. et al. Humanities PH.D's and Nonacademic Careers. [PI]

WYSOCKI, Anne et. al. Writing New Media: Theory and Applications for Expanding the Teaching of Composition.[TVR]


ZAK, Frances & WEAVER, Christopher. Theory and Practice of Grading Writing: Problems and Possibilities. [T]

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