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Title Author Type Date Words
Writing Anarchism with History from Below. Ferguson, Kathy Report Mar 22, 2022 9699
The elements of (AP) Style. Fletcher, Paul Apr 29, 2019 738
Interactive Writing: a powerful teaching strategy. Mackenzie, Noella M. Oct 1, 2015 1723
The writer's notebook. Dempsey, Louise Oct 1, 2015 804
Lyla--year 1 student. Fox, Sonya Brief article Oct 1, 2015 288
Engaging writers in the Early Years: Grammar games to support writing. Poulton, Phillip Oct 1, 2015 1781
Building strong writers: creating a balance between the authorial and secretarial elements of writing. Daffern, Tessa; Mackenzie, Noella Essay Feb 1, 2015 4547
Using concept mapping as a strategy to improve essay structure. Norton, Patsy Report Feb 1, 2013 7210
Word gardening. Fatooh, Joy Essay Jan 1, 2013 562
You are what you sell: branding the way to composition's better future. Rhodes, Keith Mar 22, 2010 8446
The woman question in WPA work. Nicolas, Melissa Mar 22, 2010 1255
Write your own science fiction story. Nov 1, 2008 506
The assignment sheet mystery. Kendall, Anna Personal account Sep 1, 2008 2815
Most common writing mistakes. Solomon, Frank Aug 1, 2008 857
Of false titles and writing peculiarities. Solomon, Frank Jun 1, 2008 812
Point of view: in teaching composition, 'formulaic' is not a four-letter word *. Birkenstein, Cathy; Graff, Gerald Mar 22, 2008 1321
Writing is easy! There's really no trick to being a writer, as long as you live in sunny California and avoid dank places like South America or Czechoslovakia. Martin, Steve Mar 1, 2008 870
Use comma sense when constructing stories. LaRocque, Paula Mar 1, 2008 815
Rhetoric & composition. Jan 1, 2008 3180
A contextual view of narrative fiction in the first person plural. Marcus, Amit Essay Jan 1, 2008 9788
"Who, Me?": Four Pedagogical Approaches to Exploring Student Identity through Composition, Literature, and Rhetoric. Given, Michael; Wagner, Jean A.; Belleau, Leisa; Smith, Martha Report Sep 1, 2007 153
Composing Dialogues for Critical Thinking. Goodney, David E.; Long, Carol S. Abstract Sep 1, 2007 180
Composing Nature. Johnson-Sheehan, Richard Abstract Sep 1, 2007 254
Really reluctant writers: 'so far, my experience shows me that really reluctant writers outnumber really reluctant readers by about three to one. Reluctant readers I have almost cracked. Writing, however, is something else.'. Bamford, Ruth Jun 22, 2007 1742
Writing in a level English. Bluett, Jane Jun 22, 2007 1237
Writing resources: thinking creatively: all the writing resources mentioned in this article are freely available on the special NATE Classroom page at The title of each resource links directly to the file for you to download. Archer, Siobhain Jun 22, 2007 813
Reading differently, writing the city. Glenn, Deer Essay Mar 1, 2007 1357
Make your point; don't back into a sentence. Larocque, Paula Dec 1, 2006 867
Literary disestablishmentarianism. Cowan, T.L. Essay Jun 1, 2006 1653
Composing in music and language: a flute instructor in the writing center. Whalen, Lisa Nov 1, 2003 830
Storytelling key to good journalism. Timbs, Larry Jul 1, 2003 1049
Great editorial writing is not accidental. (Editor's Note). Partsch, Frank Jun 22, 2003 437
Butch Cassidy's writing advice. (Masthead Symposium). Sweeney, John Jun 22, 2003 923
Tone makes or breaks an editorial. (Symposium Secrets to Stronger Editorials). Woods, Keith Jun 22, 2003 744
The old crusaders offer special wisdom. (Symposium Secrets to Stronger Editorials). Hogan, Mary Ann Jun 22, 2003 749
Organizing: try the Paul Simon theory. (Symposium Secrets to Stronger Editorials). Welborn, Larry Jun 22, 2003 692
Ax your anecdotal lede and GTTP. (Symposium Secrets to Stronger Editorials). Washburn, Mark Jun 22, 2003 965
Good writing needs cadence. (Symposium Secrets to Stronger Editorials). Jackson, Dennis Jun 22, 2003 1012
The art of editing yourself. (Symposium Secrets to Stronger Editorials). Hughes, Dick Jun 22, 2003 1017
Writing for Professional Publication: Some Myths and Some Truths. Henson, Kenneth T. Jun 1, 2003 2064
You spell it "internet": Web words come of age, prompting debate among style mavens. (The Online Frontier). Palser, Barb Mar 1, 2003 782
Consciousness of projection in composition and literature. (Education). Maas, David F. Dec 22, 2002 1716
Going for the gold--as in Gold Quill Award for 2003. (Case in Point). Poole, Penny Dec 1, 2002 1178
A column too far: Writing these things is not as easy as it looks. (Top of The Review). Kunkel, Thomas Oct 1, 2002 807
To be or naught to be +. Gerrold, David Sep 22, 2002 1344
Outcome assessment of a writing-skill improvement initiative: results and methodological implications. Ashbaugh, Hollis; Johnstone, Karla M.; Warfield, Terry D. May 1, 2002 11610
Mining a Rough Terrain: Weighing the Implications of Nonfiction. LEHMAN, DANIEL W. Critical Essay Oct 1, 2001 4552
Mapping, Mining, Sorting. HEYNE, ERIC Critical Essay Oct 1, 2001 1152
Meet Son of Encarta, Sr., then relax and enjoy our yummy arboreal rice. Wood, Alden Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 730
Don't miss the point: Focus makes for clear writing. LAROCQUE, PAULA Brief Article Sep 1, 2001 804
Writing for Professional Journals: Paradoxes and Promises. Henson, Kenneth T. Jun 1, 2001 2961
Business Writing: Tips from a Pro. Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 460
Desirada -- A NEW CONCEPTION OF IDENTITY. McCORMICK, ROBERT H. JR. Interview Jun 22, 2000 6693
Simple phrasing protects clarity. LAROCQUE, PAULA Brief Article May 1, 2000 906
Elaboration et dynamique du texte flaubertien: le surgissement du social(1). WETHERILL, P.M. Critical Essay Mar 22, 2000 9647
To wit or not to wit; now THAT IS a question. Lackey, Patrick Sep 22, 1999 632
Make 'em short. Aregood, Richard Sep 22, 1999 468
Words, words, words. Gale, Don Sep 22, 1999 652
Advice to a new editorial writer. Partsch, Frank Sep 22, 1999 260
a conversation with ROSMARIE WALDROP. Retallack, Joan Interview Sep 22, 1999 17453
South to the Future's World Wide Wire Service. Bond, Becky; Marquez, Jose Jun 22, 1999 2739
If your thoughts lack clarity, your writing will be murky. LaRocque, Paula Jan 1, 1999 805
Writing: you never master the craft. O'Quinn, Ken Oct 1, 1998 1055
Time to banish worn cliches from writing: too much journalese perpetuates jargon. LaRocque, Paula Column Mar 1, 1997 491
Strategy instruction in planning: effects on the writing performance and behavior of students with learning difficulties. De La Paz, Susan; Graham, Steve Jan 1, 1997 7645
When the passive voice is preferred. Good, C. Edward Jul 1, 1996 1453
Taking risks works when author turns back on poor prose. LaRocque, Paula Column Jun 1, 1996 854
Overloads. Hart, Jack Nov 11, 1995 769
Dripping with color. Hart, Jack Column May 14, 1994 781
So you want to be a very good writer? First, lose the very. LaRocque, Paula Column May 1, 1994 707
Short and simple: the best writers care about clarity. LaRocque, Paula Apr 1, 1994 830
Cutting fine figures. Hart, Jack Column Dec 12, 1992 818
Parlez-vous parlay? Or is it parley? Wood, Alden S. Feb 1, 1992 906
Kicking out of news stories. Fry, Don Feb 1, 1989 838

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