Teaching writing [electronic resource] : pedagogy, gender, and equity / edited by Cynthia L. Caywood and Gillian R. Overing.

Albany : State University of New York Press, c1987.
1 online resource (178 p.)
English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching.
English language -- Sex differences.
Sex discrimination in education.
Nonsexist language.
Women -- Education.
Women -- Language.
Interdisciplinary approach in education.
Electronic books.
Contents; Introduction; Chapter I. Old Silences, New Voices; Silences: Feminist Language Research and the Teaching of Writing by Pamela J. Annas; Women Writing by Wendy Goulston; The Sexual Politics of the One-To-One Tutorial Approach and Collaborative Learning by Carol A. Stanger; Transforming the Composition Classroom by Elisabeth Däumer and Sandra Runzo; Chapter II. Awareness and Action: The Teacher's Responsibility; The ""Climate of Fear"" in the Teaching of Writing by Alice S. Horning; Hearing Is Believing: The Effect of Sexist Language on Language Skills by Alice F. Freed
Chapter III. Writing and Speaking: The Student's AuthorityEquity and Peace in the New Writing Class by Olivia Frey; Gender, Race, and Class: In Quest of the Perfect Writing Theme by Diana J. Fuss; Creation and Relation: Teaching Essays By T. S. Eliot and Adrienne Rich by Mary DeShazer; Teaching Digression as a Mode of Discovery; A Student-Centered Approach to the Discussion of Literature by Mary A. Quinn; Subject Matter and Gender by Ann Lavine; Chapter IV. Equity In Practice; Valuing Language: Feminist Pedagogy in the Writing Classroom by Pattie Cowell
Making Journal Writing Matter by Donna M. PerryBecoming Gender Conscious: Writing About Sex Roles in a Composition Course by James D. Riemer; Writing About Families: How to Apply Feminism to a Traditional Writing Syllabus by Susan Radner; How I Would Liberate My Mother by Mickey Pearlman; Chapter V. Equity Across the Curriculum: The Administrator's Challenge; Revisionist Theory on Moral Development and its Impact Upon Pedagogical and Departmental Practice by Robert Mielke; Why Teaching Writing Always Brings Up Questions of Equity by Judith Bechtel
Writing Across the Curriculum: a Model for a Workshop and a Call for Change by Cynthia L. Caywood and Gillian R. OveringWomen and Writing Across the Curriculum: Learning and Liberation by Rebecca Blevins Faery; Bibliography; Notes on Contributors; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; R; S; T; V; W; Y; Z
Includes index.
Bibliography: p. [215]-225.
Caywood, Cynthia L., 1952-
Overing, Gillian R., 1952-
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