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Refiguring Prose Style Possibilities For Writing Pedagogy / edited by T.R. Johnson, Tom Pace. [print]

Contributor(s): Pace, Tom, 1969- | Johnson, T. R, 1964- | Project Muse []Material type: TextTextPublication details: Logan, Utah : Utah State University Press, [(c)2005. ; Baltimore, Maryland : Project MUSE, 2012. Description: 1 online resource (x, 316 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780874215199Subject(s): Interdisciplinary approach in education | English language -- Style -- Study and teaching | English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teachingLOC classification: PE1404PE1404.J69.R445 2005Online resources: Click here to access online COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
Style and the renaissance of composition studies/ Tom Pace Where is style going? Where has it been? / Elizabeth Weiser Contextual stylistics : breaking down the binaries in sentence-level pedagogy/ Rebecca Moore Howard Style redux/ Kathryn Flannery The uses of literature/ Tina Kelleher Persuasion, more than argument : moving toward a literary sensitivity in the classroom/ Allison Alsup An arts-centric composition classroom/ Gabriel Gomez Playing with echo : strategies for teaching repetition in the writing classroom/ Melissa A. Goldthwaite The "Weird Al" style method : playful invention as serious pedagogy/ Keith Rhodes When their voice is their problem : using imitation to teach the classroom dialect/ J. Scott Farrin Style : the new grammar in composition studies? / Nicole Amare Balancing thought and expression : a short course in style/ Lisa Baird Rethinking stylistic analysis in the writing class/ William J. Carpenter Re-placing the sentence : approaching style through genre/ Peter Clements Tutoring taboo : a reconsideration of style in the writing center/ Jesse Kavadlo ; Rhetor-fitting : defining ethics through style/ Dion C. Cautrell Style as a system : toward a cybernetic model of composition style/ Drew Loewe Teaching the tropics of inquiry in the composition classroom/ M. Todd Harper Writing with the ear/ T.R. Johnson.
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Style and the renaissance of composition studies/ Tom Pace Where is style going? Where has it been? / Elizabeth Weiser Contextual stylistics : breaking down the binaries in sentence-level pedagogy/ Rebecca Moore Howard Style redux/ Kathryn Flannery The uses of literature/ Tina Kelleher Persuasion, more than argument : moving toward a literary sensitivity in the classroom/ Allison Alsup An arts-centric composition classroom/ Gabriel Gomez Playing with echo : strategies for teaching repetition in the writing classroom/ Melissa A. Goldthwaite The "Weird Al" style method : playful invention as serious pedagogy/ Keith Rhodes When their voice is their problem : using imitation to teach the classroom dialect/ J. Scott Farrin Style : the new grammar in composition studies? / Nicole Amare Balancing thought and expression : a short course in style/ Lisa Baird Rethinking stylistic analysis in the writing class/ William J. Carpenter Re-placing the sentence : approaching style through genre/ Peter Clements Tutoring taboo : a reconsideration of style in the writing center/ Jesse Kavadlo ; Rhetor-fitting : defining ethics through style/ Dion C. Cautrell Style as a system : toward a cybernetic model of composition style/ Drew Loewe Teaching the tropics of inquiry in the composition classroom/ M. Todd Harper Writing with the ear/ T.R. Johnson.

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