National Writing Project

The Quarterly

Vol. 12, No. 1, 1990

An Annotated Bibliography on Multi-Cultural Writing and Literacy Issues
By NWP Staff

Book Review: Language, Gender, and Professional Writing, ed. by Frank and Treichler
By Lee Ann Leeson

Book Review: Writing as Social Action, by Marilyn M. Cooper and Michael Holzman
By John Reiff

CSW Update
By NWP Staff

Editors' Note
By NWP Staff

Khasru's English Lesson: Ethnocentricity and Response to Student Writing
By Alex Moore

NWP News
By NWP Staff

Ordinary Lives Illuminated: Writing Oral History
By Jean Gandesbery
Gandesbery argues that students introduced to oral history writing learn to attend closely to the stories of others, and discover that "ordinary lives" are not ordinary at all....

Silent Voices: How Language Minority Students Learn in the Content Areas
By Beth Winningham
Through interviews with ELL students and their content–area teachers, Winningham is led to some concrete suggestions in math, science, and social studies....

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