Creative Writing Pedagogies for the Twenty First Century

The WAC Journal 23 (2012): 65–81. Print. Petersen, Meg. “The Atomic Weight of Metaphor: Writing Poetry across the Curriculum.” Writing across the Curriculum 12 (May 2001): 97–100. Print. Peterson-Gonzalez, Meg.

Author: Alexandria Peary

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 9780809334032

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 320

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The creative writing workshop: beloved by some, dreaded by others, and ubiqui�tous in writing programs across the na�tion. For decades, the workshop has been entrenched as the primary pedagogy of creative writing. In Creative Writing Pedagogies for the Twenty-First Cen�tury, editors Alexandria Peary and Tom C. Hunley gather together contributing experts from both creative writing and composition studies--a discipline rich with a wide range of established peda�gogies-- to offer innovative alternatives to the traditional creative writing work�shop. Contributors in this volume pres�ent fresh and inventive methods for the teaching of creative writing. Each chapter offers both a theoretical and a historical background for its respective pedagogi�cal ideas, as well as practical applications for use in the classroom. This myriad of methods can be used either to supple�ment the customary workshop model or as stand-alone roadmaps to engage and reinvigorate the creative process for both students and teachers alike.

The Wac Journal 23 2012

Published by Clemson University and Parlor Press, The WAC Journal is an annual collection of articles by educators about their WAC ideas and WAC experiences. It is a journal of practical ideas and pertinent theory.

Author: Roy Andrews


ISBN: 1602353948

Category: Education

Page: 104

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The WAC Journal is a national peer-reviewed journal on writing across the curriculum. Published by Clemson University and Parlor Press, The WAC Journal is an annual collection of articles by educators about their WAC ideas and WAC experiences. It is a journal of practical ideas and pertinent theory. Contents of VOLUME 23 (2012): ARTICLES: "Changing Research Practices and Access: The Research Exchange Index" by Jenn Fishman & Joan Mullin "Crossing the Measurement and Writing Assessment Divide: The Practical Implications of Inter-Rater Reliability in Faculty Development" by Jennifer Good "Articulating Claims and Presenting Evidence: A Study of Twelve Student Writers, From First-Year Composition to Writing Across the Curriculum" by J. Paul Johnson & Ethan Krase "From High School to College: Developing Writing Skills in the Disciplines" by Virginia Crank "Spectators at Their Own Future: Creative Writing Assignments in the Disciplines and the Fostering of Critical Thinking" by Alexandria Peary INTERVIEW: "Joe Harris: Teaching Writing Via the Liberal Arts" by Carol Rutz REVIEW: Writing in Knowledge Societies, edited by Doreen Starke-Meyerring, Anthony Pare, Natasha Artemeva, Miriam Horne, and Larissa Yousoubova; reviewed by Mya Poe Contributors Subscribe to The WAC Journal

Imaginative Teaching through Creative Writing

47 Alexandria Peary, “Spectators at Their Own Future: Creative Writing Assignments in the Disciplines and the Fostering of Critical Thinking,” The WAC Journal 23 (2012): 67. 48 Stephanie Vanderslice and Carey E. Smitherman, ...

Author: Amy Ash

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350152694

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 280

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Growing out of recent pedagogical developments in creative writing studies and perceived barriers to teaching the subject in secondary education schools, this book creates conversations between secondary and post-secondary teachers aimed at introducing and improving creative writing instruction in teaching curricula for young people. Challenging assumptions and lore regarding the teaching of creative writing, this book examines new and engaging techniques for infusing creative writing into all types of language arts instruction, offering inclusive and pedagogically sound alternatives that consider the needs of a diverse range of students. With careful attention given to creative writing within current standards-based educational systems, Imaginative Teaching Through Creative Writing confronts and offers solutions to the perceived difficulty of teaching the subject in such environments. Divided into two sections, section one sees post-secondary instructors address pedagogical techniques and concerns such as workshop, revision, and assessment before section two explores hands-on activities and practical approaches to instruction. Focusing on an invaluable and underrepresented area of creative writing studies, this book begins a much-needed conversation about the future of creative writing instruction at all levels and the benefits of collaboration across the secondary/post-secondary divide.

Poverty Impacts on Literacy Education

Crank , V. ( 2012 ) . From high school to college : Developing writing skills in the disciplines . The WAC Journal , 23 ( 1 ) , 49–63 . doi : 10.37514 / WAC - J.2012.23.1.04 Cranley , E. ( 2019 , October 29 ) .

Author: Tussey, Jill

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799887324

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 325

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Income disparity for students in both K-12 and higher education settings has become increasingly apparent since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the wake of these changes, impoverished students face a variety of challenges both internal and external. Educators must deepen their awareness of the obstacles students face beyond the classroom to support learning. Traditional literacy education must evolve to become culturally, linguistically, and socially relevant to bridge the gap between poverty and academic literacy opportunities. Poverty Impacts on Literacy Education develops a conceptual framework and pedagogical support for literacy education practices related to students in poverty. The research provides protocols supporting student success through explored connections between income disparity and literacy instruction. Covering topics such as food insecurity, integrated instruction, and the poverty narrative, this is an essential resource for administration in both K-12 and higher education settings, professors and teachers in literacy, curriculum directors, researchers, instructional facilitators, pre-service teachers, school counselors, teacher preparation programs, and students.

Sharing Our Intellectual Traces

Retrieved July 19, 2012 from Melzer, D. (2006). WAC websites as knowledge webs. The WAC Journal, 23– 32. Moore, P. A., & Kreth, M. (2005). From wordsmith to communication strategist: ...

Author: Tracy Bridgeford

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351864657

Category: Psychology

Page: 220

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Administrators of academic professional and technical communication (PTSC) programs have long relied upon lore--stories of what works--to understand and communicate about the work of program administration. Stories are interesting, telling, engaging, and necessary. But a discipline focused primarily on stories, especially the ephemeral stories narrated at conferences and deliberated at department meetings, usually suffice primarily to solve immediate problems and address day-to-day concerns and activities. This edited collection captures some of those stories and layers them with theoretical perspectives and reflection, to enhance their usefulness to the PTSC program administration community at large. Like the ephemeral stories PTSC program administrators are accustomed to, the stories told in this volume are set within specific institutional contexts that reflect specific institutional challenges. They emphasize the intellectual traces--the debts the authors owe to those who have informed and transformed their administrative work. In so doing, this collection creates another conversation--albeit a robust, diverse, and theoretically informed one--around which program leaders might define or redefine their roles and re-envision their administrative work as the rich, complex, intellectual engagement that we find it to be. This volume asks authors to move beyond a notion of administration as an activity based solely in institutional details and processes. In so doing, they emphasize theory as they share their reflections on core administrative processes and significant moments in the histories of their associated programs, thereby affording opportunities for critical examination in conjunction with practical advice.

Cosmopolitan English and Transliteracy

Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 24(3), 267–295. Crank, V. (2012). From high school to college: Developing writing skills in the disciplines. WAC Journal, 23(1), 49–63. Crookes, G. (1993). Action research for second ...

Author: Xiaoye You

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 9780809335244

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 304

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"This book argues for a broad cosmopolitan perspective that emphasizes local as well as global forms of citizenship and identification and sees human connectedness as being deeply underpinned by various accents, styles, and uses of language in everyday practices"--

Second Language Creative Writers

The WAC Journal 23, 65–81. Peyton, J.K. and Reed, ... Journal of Second Language Writing 10, 55–81. ... Quinlan, T., Loncke, M., Leijten, M. and Waes, L.V. (2012) Coordinating the cognitive processes of writing: The role of the monitor.

Author: Yan Zhao

Publisher: Multilingual Matters

ISBN: 9781783093007

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 224

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Focusing on the notion of identity, this book elicits L2 creative writers' own perspectives of their life histories through the form of interviews and think-aloud story writing sessions, and investigates the writers' emerging writing processes. It integrates socioculturalist L2 identity studies with the typically cognitivist process-oriented L2 writing research.

Spectacular Television

Ralph, J. D. (1950a) 'Telecinema', BBC WAC, T14/438, 15 March. (1950b) "Letter to Sir Henry French, British Film Producers Association', BBC WAC T14/438, 23 March. Regis, A. K. (2012) 'Performance Anxiety and Costume Drama: Lesbian Sex ...

Author: Helen Wheatley

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781786720962

Category: Social Science

Page: 288

View: 326


In terms of visual impact, television has often been regarded as inferior to cinema. It has been characterised as sound-led and consumed by a distracted audience. Today, it is tempting to see the rise of HD television as ushering in a new era of spectacular television. Yet since its earliest days, the medium has been epitomised by spectacle and offered its viewers diverse forms of visual pleasure. Looking at the early promotion of television and the launch of colour broadcasting, Spectacular Television traces a history of television as spectacular attraction, from its launch to the contemporary age of surround sound, digital effects and HD screens. In focusing on the spectacle of nature, landscape, and even our own bodies on television via explorations of popular television dramas, documentary series and factual entertainment, and ambitious natural history television, Helen Wheatley answers the questions: what is televisual pleasure, and how has television defined its own brand of spectacular aesthetics?

Large class Pedagogy

[Retrieved 6 April 2012] watch?v=zDZFcDGpL4U Robinson K. 2006. ... 2012. Green Paper on Post-School Education and Training. Government Gazette no 34935, 13 January 2012. ... The WAC Journal, 17:43‐57.

Author: David J. Hornsby


ISBN: 9780987009647

Category: Education

Page: 200

View: 467


I highly recommend this edited collection. It is a timely intervention when universities around the world are facing changes akin to the newspaper industry a decade ago. The authors remind us of the potential power of the lecture and that there does not need to be a trade off between the size of the class and the quality of the delivery... Professor James Arvanitakis 2012 recipient of the Prime Minister?s Teaching and Learning Award, University of Western Sydney, Australia This is the first book of its kind that considers the complex issues of large classes. As such, it makes a very important contribution and provides a deep insight into large class pedagogy from a conceptual and practical perspective. Dr Mandia Menits Massey University, New Zealand If the thought of teaching large classes fills you with dread; if you think that pedagogic innovation is impossible in the face of burgeoning student numbers; or if you simply wish to understand more about the dynamics of this increasingly common environment in Higher Education, then this is the book for you. Written by highly experienced academics, it is a valuable (and long overdue!) resource for supporting good practice in the large class context. Dr Jenny Hadingham University of Rochester, New York

Writing Program and Writing Center Collaborations

Writing Center Journal, 23(1), 23–44. Currie, L., & Eodice, M. (2005). ... (2012). [Materials from 2012 International Triton Transition Program]. Unpublished raw data. ... Fort Collins, CO: WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press.

Author: Alice Johnston Myatt

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137599322

Category: Education

Page: 275

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This book demonstrates how to develop and engage in successful academic collaborations that are both practical and sustainable across campuses and within local communities. Authored by experienced writing program administrators, this edited collection includes a wide range of information addressing collaborative partnerships and projects, theoretical explorations of collaborative praxis, and strategies for sustaining collaborative initiatives. Contributors offer case studies of writing program collaborations and honestly address both the challenges of academic collaboration and the hallmarks of successful partnerships.

Nucleoproteins Advances in Research and Application 2013 Edition

Nutritional Biochemistry, 2012;23(6):635-639. Journal ofNutritional Biochemistry can be contacted at: Elsevier Science Inc, 360 Park Ave South, New York, NY 10010-1710, USA. (Elsevier —; Journal of Nutritional ...


Publisher: ScholarlyEditions

ISBN: 9781490102726

Category: Medical

Page: 493

View: 318


Nucleoproteins—Advances in Research and Application: 2013 Edition is a ScholarlyEditions™ book that delivers timely, authoritative, and comprehensive information about Histones. The editors have built Nucleoproteins—Advances in Research and Application: 2013 Edition on the vast information databases of ScholarlyNews.™ You can expect the information about Histones in this book to be deeper than what you can access anywhere else, as well as consistently reliable, authoritative, informed, and relevant. The content of Nucleoproteins—Advances in Research and Application: 2013 Edition has been produced by the world’s leading scientists, engineers, analysts, research institutions, and companies. All of the content is from peer-reviewed sources, and all of it is written, assembled, and edited by the editors at ScholarlyEditions™ and available exclusively from us. You now have a source you can cite with authority, confidence, and credibility. More information is available at

Best of the Journals in Rhetoric and Composition 2015 2016

The WAC Journal, 20, 17-32. ... Retrieved from http:// Bartholomae, David. (1980). ... (2012). A taxonomy of writing across the curriculum programs: Evolving to serve broader agendas.

Author: Steven Parks

Publisher: Parlor Press LLC

ISBN: 9781602359901

Category: Computers

Page: 342

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Features the best articles published in rhetoric and composition journals in the previous year.

The Routledge International Handbook of Froebel and Early Childhood Practice

Vol. 2. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Stokes, A. (1933) A Short History of Somers Town Nursery School, Link 23:33–34. Strauch-Nelson, W. (2012) Transplanting Froebel Into the Present. International Journal of Education ...

Author: Tina Bruce

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317204305

Category: Education

Page: 354

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A major influence on the education of young children since the late nineteenth century, the philosophical and practical tenets of Frobelian early childhood education require urgent re-articulation in light of current debate and developments in research and policy. This seminal Handbook responds to this need, drawing together a unique and valuable body of literature, research and case studies to make explicit the specific features of Froebelian education and provide key impulses for future research and practice in this area. Chapters present the sometimes divergent perspectives of leading educationalists, and so offer a uniquely comprehensive overview of Froebelian approaches and their interaction with contemporary policies and insights. The Handbook explores five significant areas of scholarship and practice: Part I examines the original Froebelian principles and practices in early childhood education in different parts of the world. Part II presents case studies, development projects and practitioner publications exploring Froebelian approaches to early childhood education. Part III details research studies which document, debate and evaluate Froebelian approaches. Part IV considers how Froebelian approaches might be sustained and adapted for use in various cultural contexts across the world. Part V offers a re-articulation of research and policy. An essential resource for in-service and future practitioners, researchers and policy-makers involved in early childhood education, this key text will promote discussion, aid analysis and further the practical application of Frobelian principles.

Internationalizing the Writing Center

Writing Center Journal, vol. 23, 2002, pp. 23-44. Boquet, Elizabeth. “Tug-of-War: Snapshots of Life in the Center. ... of Academic Writing in Many Places, edited by Chris Thaiss, et al., Parlor and the WAC Clearinghouse, 2012, pp.

Author: Noreen Groover Lape

Publisher: Parlor Press LLC

ISBN: 9781643171678

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 228

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Internationalizing the Writing Center provides a rationale, pedagogical plan, and administrative method for developing a multilingual writing center. The book incorporates work from writing center studies as well as second language acquisition studies, including English as a second language; English as a foreign language; second language writing; and foreign language writing. Author Noreen Lape draws on ten years of experience directing a multilingual writing center that offers writing tutoring in eleven languages, and she incorporates the voices and insights of foreign language writing tutors and faculty from surveys, interviews, and tutoring session reports. Lape begins by exploring the dominance of English-medium writing centers in a globalized world and arguing for the expansion of English-centric into multilingual writing centers. She then considers how tutor training differs when the writing center is multilingual as opposed to monolingual, and the writing is second language and foreign language as well as “native” language. The chapters on tutor training explore issues such as holistic tutoring, composing in a foreign language, the role of translating in the writing process, creating a positive learning environment, and developing intercultural competence. In multiple appendices, Lape shares original exercises that writing center administrators can use to train foreign language writing tutors. The book ends with a discussion of strategies for engaging faculty and administrators as stakeholders, and collaborating with those stakeholders to create a sustainable center.

Cross Border Networks in Writing Studies

Retrieved from Gold, D. (2012). Remapping revisionist history. CCC, 64(1), 115–34. ... (2012). Canadian Journal for Studies in Discourse and Writing, 25(1), 3–23.

Author: Derek Mueller

Publisher: Parlor Press LLC

ISBN: 9781602359253

Category: Education

Page: 206

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Cross-Border Networks in Writing Studies coordinates mixed methods approaches to survey, interview, and case study data to study Canadian writing studies scholars. The authors argue for networked disciplinarity, the notion that ideas arise and flow through intellectual networks that connect scholars not only to one another but to widening networks of human and nonhuman actors. Although the Canadian field is historically rooted in the themes of location and national culture, expressing a tension between Canadian independence and dependence on the US field, more recent research suggests a more hybridized North American scholarship rather than one defined in opposition to “rhetoric and composition” in the US. In tracing identities, roles, and rituals of nationally bound considerations of how disciplinarity has been constructed through distant and close methods, this multi-scaled, multi-scopic approach examines the texture of interdependent constructions of the Canadian discipline. Cross-Border Networks in Writing Studies also launches a collaborative publishing network between Canadian publisher Inkshed and US publisher Parlor Press.

A Rhetoric for Writing Program Administrators 2e

Rpt. in WAC Clearinghouse Landmark Publications in Writing Studies: 2000. The WAC Clearinghouse. 23 August 2000. Web. 20 August 2012. Merrill, Yvonne, and Thomas P. Miller. “Making Learning Visible: A Rhetorical Stance on General ...

Author: Rita Malenczyk

Publisher: Parlor Press LLC

ISBN: 9781602358492

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 541

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A Rhetoric for Writing Program Administrators (2nd Edition) presents the major issues and questions in the field of writing program administration. The collection provides aspiring, new, and seasoned WPAs with the theoretical lenses, terminologies, historical contexts, and research they need to understand the nature, history, and complexities of their intellectual and administrative work.

An Illustrated Dictionary for the Modern Trombone Tuba and Euphonium Player

TUBA Journal, Part 1, 23, no. 4 (Summer 1996): 34–41; Part 2, 24, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 46–53. McCusker, John. Creole Trombone: Kid Ory and the Early Years of Jazz. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2012. Meckna, Michael.

Author: Douglas Yeo

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781538159675

Category: Music

Page: 206

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Prominent scholar and performer Douglas Yeo provides an accessible reference guide for all instruments in the low brass family and addresses a broad range of relevant topics with ready answers to issues that students, players, and conductors encounter. Extensive illustrations by Lennie Peterson provide clear insight into many of the entries.

Toward Translingual Realities in Composition

WAC/WID in the Next America: Re-thinking Professional Identity in the Age of the Multilingual Majority.” WAC Journal 20:33–47. ... Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook. Hibbard, Laura. 2012. “Wisconsin Student Punished for Using Native Tongue.

Author: Nancy Bou Ayash

Publisher: University Press of Colorado

ISBN: 9781607329046

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 254

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Toward Translingual Realities in Composition is a multiyear critical ethnographic study of first-year writing programs in Lebanon and Washington State—a country where English is not the sole language of instruction and a state in which English is entirely dominant—to examine the multiple and often contradictory natures, forces, and manifestations of language ideologies. The book is a practical, useful way of seriously engaging with alternative ways of thinking, doing, and learning academic English literacies. Translingualism work has concentrated on critiquing monolingual and multilingual notions of language, but it is only beginning to examine translingual enactments in writing programs and classrooms. Focusing on language representations and practices at both the macro and micro levels, author Nancy Bou Ayash places the study and teaching of university-level writing in the context of the globalization and pluralization of English(es) and other languages. Individual chapters feature various studies that Bou Ayash brings together to address how students act as agents in marshaling their language practices and resources and shows a deliberate translingual intervention that complicates and enriches students’ assumptions about language and writing. Her findings about writing programs, instructors, and students are detailed, multidimensional, and complex. A substantial contribution to growing translingual scholarship in the field of composition studies, Toward Translingual Realities in Composition offers insights into how writing teacher-scholars and writing program administrators can more productively intervene in local postmonolingual tensions and contradictions at the level of language representations and practices through actively and persistently reworking the design and enactment of their curricula, pedagogies, assessments, teacher training programs, and campus-wide partnerships.

Queerly Centered

2012. “Making Room for Fat Studies in Writing Center Theory and Practice.” Praxis: A Writing Center Journal 10 (1): 17–23. Strickland, Donna. 2011. The Managerial Unconscious in the History of Composition Studies.

Author: Travis Webster

Publisher: University Press of Colorado

ISBN: 9781646421497

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 168

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Queerly Centered explores writing center administration and queer identity, showcasing LGBTQA labor undertaken but not previously acknowledged or documented in the field’s research. Drawing from interviews with twenty queer writing center directors, Travis Webster examines the lived experiences of queer people leading writing centers, the promise and occasional peril of this work, and the disciplinary implications of such work for writing center administration, research, and praxis. Focused on directors’ queer histories, administrative activisms, and on-the-job tensions, this study connects and departs from oft-referenced lenses, such as emotional and invisible labor, for understanding work in higher education. The first book-length project that exclusively bridges writing centers and LGBTQA studies, Queerly Centered is for researchers, administrators, educators, and practitioners of all orientations and backgrounds in writing center and writing program administration, rhetoric and composition, and higher education administration.

Introducing Employment Relations

Industrial RelationsJournal, 23/1: 60–8. van den Broek, D. and Dundon, T. (2012). '(Still) up to no good: reconfiguring worker resistance and misbehaviour in an increasingly unorganized world'. Relations Industrielles/Industrial ...

Author: Steve Williams

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199645497

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 394

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Comprehensive and clearly focussed, this is a must-read text for students of employment relations. The accessible writing style is combined with a wealth of contemporary examples, allowing the reader to fully engage with the key critical debates surrounding each topic.