National Writing Project

The Quarterly

Vol. 3, No. 2, 1981

Assessment of the Chicago Area Writing Project
By Anne Mickles, Betty Jane Wagner, Steve Zemelman
In 1981, using the primary scoring system developed by NAEP, the authors analyze writing samples from CAWP teachers to document the efficacy of NWP techniques and strategies....

Book Review - How a Writer Works, by Roger Garrison
By Mary A. Quinn

Book Review: Style: An Anti-Textbook, by Richard Lanham
By Annette Drew-Bear
Drew-Bear writes sympathetically of Lanham's contention that in writing we have many selves and many motives and that finding our rhetorical selves is what style is all about....

Network Notes
By NWP Staff

Phillips Exeter Academy: A Writing Program
By Norval Rindfleisch

Some Reflections on the Dynamics of Summer Institutes
By Miriam Baker

Teaching the Directors
By Mary F. Hayes, Max Morenberg, Gilbert Storms
The authors write of their first summer institute experience, "twenty three fellows and three directors....

The Process Journal, the Writing Autobiography, and the Teacher
By Charles R. Duke

Theory—In Practice
By Sonja Schrag

Thinking about the Consultant's Role: Activities for the Last Days of a Summer Writing Workshop
By John Hollowell

Using Video in Inservice Courses
By Anne Ruggles Gere

Writing Projects: Centers of Knowing
By Sam Watson
Watson writes, "Teachers who compose a writing project are its center, but as a center of knowing, a project's periphery is open to discover commonalities and differences beyond the project itself....

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