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First published in 1983. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Contents Preface Introduction Part One: The writing process: three orientations 1. Shaping at the point of utterance James Britton 2. Does learning to write have to be so difficult? Carl Bereitter and Marlene Scardamalia 3. New starts and different kids of failure H. G. Widdowson Part Two: The development of writing abilities 4. The growth and development of first-grade writers Donald H. Graves 5. Assessing language development: the Crediton project Andrew Wilkinson 6. Toward a theory of development rhetoric Daniel R. Kirby and Kenneth J. Kantor 7. Redefining maturity in writing Lee Odell Part Three: Text and discourse 8. A pluralistic synthesis fo four contemporary models for teaching composition James L. Kinneavy 9. Contrastive rhetorics: some implications for the writing process Robert B. Kaplan 10. Syntactic skill and ESL writing quality Patrick T. Kameen 11. The reliability of mean T-unit length: some questions for research in written composition Stephen P. Witte Part Four: Implications for teaching 12. Writers and their writing, 15 to 17 Bruce Bennett 13. Scope for intentions Nancy Martin 14. Writing in response to literature John Dixon 15. Instructional focus and the teaching of writing James R. Squire 16. From classroom practice into psycholinguistic theory W. Ross Winterowd 17. Communicative writing practice and Aristotelian rhetoric Keith Johnson 18. Anguish as a second language? Remedies for composition teachers Ann Raimes Bibliography Index
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