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General Writing Resources

Bean, J. C., Drenk, D., & Lee, F. D. (1982). In C. W. Griffin (Ed.), Microtheme strategies for developing cognitive skills. Teaching writing in all disciplines (pp. 27- 38). San Francisco: Jossey- Bass.

Bechtel, J. (1985). Improving writing and learning: A handbook for teachers in every class. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Bent, V. H. (1987). Student fear and writing: Writing across the curriculum can help. In J. Self (Ed.), Plain talk: About learning and writing across the curriculum (pp. 145- 148). Commonwealth of Virginia: Virginia Department of Education.

Brostoff, A. (1979). Good assignments lead to good writing. Social Education, 43, 184- 186.

Griffin, C. W. (1983). A process of critical thinking: Using writing to teach many disciplines. Improving College and University Teaching, 31, 121- 128.

Hill, M. (1991). Writing summaries promotes thinking and learning across the curriculum- - But why are they so difficult to write? Journal of Reading, 34, 536- 539.

Keim, M. C. (1991). Creative alternatives to the term paper. College Teaching, 39, 105- 107.

Kurlifoff, P. C. (1991). Reaffirming the writing conference: A tool for writing teachers across the curriculum. Journal of Teaching Writing, 10, 45- 57.

Larson, R. (1983). Writing in the academic and professional disciplines. New York: Herbert Lehman College.

Lutzker, M. (1988). Research projects for college students: What to write across the curriculum. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

MacAllister, J. (1982). Responding to student writing. In C. W. Griffin (Ed.), Teaching writing in all disciplines (pp. 59- 66). San Francisco: Jossey- Bass.

Moss, A., & Holder, C. (1988). Improving student writing: A guidebook for faculty in all disciplines. Dubuque, IA: Kendall- Hunt.

Nolan, E. (1986). Writing and the senior seminar: Empowering students for entry into the scholarly community. In K. O'Dowd & E. Nolan (Eds.), Learning to write, writing to learn (pp. 19- 26). Livonia, MI: Madonna College Humanities Writing Program.

Odell, L. (1980). Teaching writing by teaching the process of discovery: An interdisciplinary enterprise. In L. W. Gregg & E. R. Steinberg (Eds.), Cognitive processes in writing (pp. 139- 154). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Sanders, S. (1985). Learning logs: A communication strategy for all subject areas. Educational Leadership, 42, 7.

Schiff, P. (1982). Responding to writing: Peer critiques, teacher- student conferences, and essay evaluation. In T. Fulwiler & A Young (Eds.), Language connections: Writing and reading across the curriculum (pp. 153- 166). Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English.

Shine, M. (1983). Motivating university students to write and publish. In C. Thaiss (Ed.), Writing to learn: Essays and reflections on writing across the curriculum. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Storlie, E. F., & Barwise, M. (1985). Asking good questions, getting good writing. Minneapolis, MN: Minneapolis Community College.

Tchudi, S. N. (1986). Teaching writing in the content areas: College level. Washington, D. C.: National Education Association.

Walvoord, B. F. (1985). Freshmen "focus," and writing across the curriculum. Freshman English News, 14, 13- 17.

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Art Writing Resources

Barnet, S. (1993). A short guide to writing about art (4th ed.). New York: Harper Collins.

Sayre, H. M. (1989). Writing about art. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Thaiss, C. (1987). A journal in the arts. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The Journal Book (pp. 246- 253). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Thaler, R. (1980). Art and the written word. Journal of Basic Writing, 2, 72- 81.

Zimmerman, P. (1985). Writing for art appreciation. In A. R. Gere (Ed.), Roots in the sawdust: Writing to learn across the disciplines (pp. 47- 59). Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English.

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Biological Sciences Writing Resources

Ambron, J. (1987). Writing to improve learning in biology. Journal of College Science Teaching, 16, 263- 266.

Agutter, P. S. (1987). Precision testing a method for improving students' written work in biochemistry. Journal of Biological Education, 13, 25- 31.

Biddle, A. W., & Bean D. J. (1987). Writers guide: Life sciences. Lexington, MA: Heath.

Cannon, R. E. (1990). Experiments with writing to teach microbiology. American Biology Teacher, 52, 156- 58.

Cooley, A. P. (1980). Writing in science- - An innovation. American Biology Teacher, 42, 534- 536.

Council of Biology Editors (1978). CBE style manual: A guide authors, editors, and publishers in the biological sciences. Arlington, VA: Council of Biology Editors.

Creager, J. G. (1980). Teaching writing is every teacher's job. American Biology Teacher, 42, 273.

Flynn, E. A., McCullery, G. A. & Gratz, R. K. (1986). Writing in biology: Effects of peer critiquing and analysis of models on the quality of biology laboratory reports. In A. Young & T. Fulwiler (Eds.), Writing across the disciplines: Research into practice (pp. 160- 175). Upper Montclair, NJ: Boynton/Cook.

Fulwiler, T., & Jones, R. (1979). Writing in biology. College Composition and Communication, 30, 308- 310.

Gragson, G. & Selzer, J. (1990, January). Fictionalizing the readers of scholarly articles in biology. Written Communication, 7, 25- 58.

Hotchkiss, S. K., & Nellis, M. K. (1988). Writing across the curriculum: Team- teaching the review article in biology. Journal of College Science Teaching, 18, 45- 47.

House, K. (1983). Improving student writing in biology. American Biology Teacher, 45, 267- 270.

Kumar, L., Burke, D. D., & O'Connor, C. (1989). An innovative biology lab for underprepared biology majors. American Biology Teacher, 51, (3), 155- 158.

Martin, K. H. (1989). Writing "microthemes" to learn human biology. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 113- 121). New York: Teachers College Press.

Meyers, G. (1985). The social construction of two biologists' proposals. Written Communication, 2, 219- 45.

Meyers, G. (1990). Writing biology: Texts in the social construction of scientific knowledge. In G. Levine (Ed.), Science and literature series. Madison University of Wisconsin Press.

McMillan, V. E. (1988). Writing papers in the biological sciences. New York, NY: St. Martin's.

Moore, R. (1991). How we write about biology. American Biology Teacher, 53, 388- 389.

Pechenik, J. A. (1993). A short guide to writing about biology (2nd ed.). New York: Harper Collins.

Spanier, B. (1992). Encountering the biological sciences: Ideology, language, and learning. In A. Herrington & C. Moran (Eds.), Writing, teaching, and learning in the disciplines. NY: Modern Language Association, 193- 212.

TePaske, E. R. (1982). Writing in biology: One way to improve analytical thinking. American Biology Teacher, 44, 98- 99.

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Chemistry Writing Resources

Bailey, R. A., & Geisler, C. (1991). An approach to improving communication skills in a laboratory setting. Journal of Chemical Education, 68, 150- 152.

Beall, H. (1991). In- class writing in general chemistry. Journal of Chemical Education, 68, 148- 149.

Cochran, J. C. (1982). A novel exam format for advanced courses. Journal of Chemical Education, 59, 217.

Labianca, D. A., & Reeves, W. J. (1985). Writing across the curriculum: The science segment. Journal of Chemical Education, 62, 400- 402.

Meese, G. (1987). Focused learning in chemistry research: Suzanne's journal. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 337- 347). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Powell, A. (1985). A chemist's view of writing, reading, and thinking across the curriculum. College Composition and Communication, 36, 414- 418.

Rosenthal, L. C. (1987). Writing across the curriculum: Chemistry lab reports. Journal of Chemical Education, 64, 996- 998.

Rymer, J. (1988). Scientific composing processes: How eminent scientists write journal articles. In D. A. Jollife (Ed.), Writing in academic disciplines: Advances in writing research. Vol. 2. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Shires, N. P. (1991). Teaching writing in college chemistry: A practical bibliography 1980- 1990. Journal of Chemical Education, 68, 494- 495.

Strauss, M. J., & Fulwiler, T. (1987). Interactive writing and learning chemistry. Journal of College Science Teaching, 16, 256- 262.

Thall, E., & Bays, G. (1989). Utilizing ungraded writing in the chemistry classroom. Journal of Chemical Education, 66, 662- 663.

Van Orden, N. (1987). Critical- thinking writing assignments in general chemistry. Journal of Chemical Education, 64, 506- 507.

Van Orden, N. (1988). Write an autobiography of an element. Journal of Chemical Education, 65, 995.

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Economics Writing Resources

Atkinson, T. (1982). Politics and the business writing student: An approach to finding real writing projects. ABCA Bulletin, 45, 11- 12.

Baltensperger, B. H. (1987). Journals in economic geography. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 387- 390). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Coffinberger, R. L. (1983). Evaluating the classroom journal as a supplemental teaching strategy in business law. In C. Thaiss (Ed.), Writing to learn: Essays and reflections on writing across the curriculum (pp. 101- 106). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Corman, E. J. (1986). A writing program for accounting courses. Journal of Accounting Education, 4, 85- 95.

Crowe, D., & Youga, J. (1986). Using writing as a tool for learning economics. Journal of Economic Education, 17, 218- 222.

Drenk, D. (1982). Teaching finance through writing. In C. W. Griffin (Ed.), Teaching writing in all disciplines (pp.53- 58). San Francisco: Jossey- Bass.

Field, W. J., Wachter, D. R., & Catanese, A. V. (1985). Alternative ways to teach and learn economics: Writing, quantitative reasoning, and oral communication. Journal of Economic Education, 16, 213- 217.

Greco, J. (1984). Teaching intermediate microeconomics by adopting a writing strategy. Journal of Business Education, 59, 254- 256.

Hemmeter, T., & Conners, D, (1987). Research papers in economics: A collaborative approach. Journal of Advanced Composition, 7, 81- 91.

Henery, L. H. (1986). Clustering: Writing (and learning) about economics. College Teaching, 34, 89- 93.

Marcoulides, G. A., & Simkin, M. G. (1991). Evaluating student papers: The case for peer review. Journal of Education for Business, 67, 80- 83.

May, G. S., & Arevalo, C. (1983). Integrating effective writing skills in the accounting curriculum. Journal of Accounting Education, 1, 119- 126.

Roundy, N. (1982). A process approach to teaching the abstract. ABCA Bulletin, 45, 34- 38.

Shibli, A. (1992). Increasing learning with writing in quantitative and computer courses. College Teaching, 40, 123- 127.

Stocks, K. D., Stoddard, T. D., & Waters, M. L. (1992). Writing in the accounting curriculum: Guidelines for professors. Issues in Accounting Education, 7, 193- 204.

Soskins, M. D., & Eldblom, N. (1984, April 7). Integrating the term paper into economics courses at liberal arts colleges: Industry case studies papers at SUNY Potsdam. A preliminary study. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the New York State Economic Association, Syracuse, NY. (ERIC ED 246 732).

Tobey, D. M. (1979). Writing instruction in economic courses: Experimentation across disciplines. Journal of Northeastern Agricultural Economics Council, 8, 159- 164.

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Education Writing Resources

Coleman, E. B. (1992). Writing to learn, writing to think in a computer course for preservice teachers. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 8, 4- 6.

Daisey, P. (1993). Three ways to promote the values and uses of literacy at any age. Journal of Reading, 36, 436.

Rousculp. E. E. & Maring, G. H. (1992). Portfolios for a community of learners. Journal of Reading, 35, 378.

Watson, K. and M. A. Traxler. Writing across the curriculum: creating a professional writing sequence for a teacher education program. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 351294).

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English Writing Resources

Atwell, Nancie. (1987). Building a dining room table: Dialogue journals about reading. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton, 111- 118.

Barnet, S. (1992). A short guide to writing about literature (6th ed.). New York: Harper Collins.

Bauso, J. A. (1988, December). Incorporating reading logs into a literature course. Teaching English in the Two- Year College, 255- 261.

Flynn, E. A. (1986). Composing responses to literary texts: A process approach. In A. Young & T. Fulwiler (Eds.), Writing across the disciplines: Research into practice (pp. 208- 214). Urbana, IL: National Councils of Teachers of English.

Galin, L. (1987). Losing control and liking it: Journals in Victorian Literature. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.) The journal book pp. 111- 118. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton.

Gilles, C. (1989). Reading, writing, and talking: Using literature study groups. English Journal, 78, 138- 141.

Jacobs, E. (1983). Improving the literature class as we've improved the writing class. In C. Thaiss (Ed.), Writing to learn: Essays and reflections on writing across the curriculum (pp. 56- 62). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

McMahan, C. (1985). Writing across the English curriculum: Using journals in literature class. Teaching English in the Two Year College, 12, 269- 271.

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Geography Writing Resources

Baerwald, T. J. (1984). Writing geography for popular periodicals. Journal of Geography, 83, 85- 86.

Baltensperger, B. H. (1987). Journals in economic geography. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book pp. 387- 390. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton.

Estavilla, L. E. (1988). Debate: A teaching strategy for geography. Journal of Geography, 87, 2- 4.

Libbes, M. & Young, D. (1983). Teaching writing in geography classes. Journal of Geography, 82, 23- 26.

Nordstrom, K. F. (1984). Guidelines for writing term papers in geography courses. Journal of Geography, 83, 21- 25.

Winchell D. and Elder, D. (1992) Writing in the geography curriculum. Journal of Geography, 9, 273- 76.

Steiner, S. F. (1993). Preparing prospective elementary teachers to teach geographical features with an integrated approach: Teacher's notebook. Journal of Geography, 92, 231- 33.

Sublett, M. D. Student journals: One geographer's perspective. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 307201).

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Geology Writing Resources

Cochran, W., Fenner P., & Hill, M. (1993). Geowriting: A guide to writing, editing, and printing in Earth Science. Washington: American Geological Institute.

Davis, L. E. (1991). Student abstract writing as a tool for writing across the curriculum in large introductory geology courses. Journal of Geological Education, 39, 178- 80.

Halsor, S. P. (1991). Enhanced student learning through writing in a physical geology class. Journal of Geological Education, 39, 181- 84.

Hodgson, E. (1978). Technical report writing in the geosciences in American colleges and universities: An evaluation and recommendation. Journal of Geological Education, 261, 189- 93.

MacDonald R. H. (1991). Journal assignments in an introductory geology course help student and teacher. Journal of Geological Education, 39, 187- 89.

MacDonald, R. & Purdy, R. (1989). Description and evaluation of a short writing assignment in historical geology. Journal of Geological Education, 37, 117- 20.

Mirsky, A. (1991). Writing assignments as a continuum in geoscience. Journal of Geological Education, 39, 232- 36.

Mirsky, A. (1977). Teaching report skills in geoscience to undergraduates. Journal of Geological Education, 25, 157- 63.

Norris, R. M.. (1983). Field geology and the written word. Journal of Geological Education, 31, 184- 89.

Schneiderman, J. S. (1991). Learning geology by writing about the history of geology. Journal of Geological Education, 39, 185- 87.

Steinker, D. C. (1981). A course in research and writing for graduate students in geology. Journal of Geological Education, 29, 180- 83.

Tinker, J. R. (1986). Technical writing in hydrogeology. Journal of Geological Education, 34, 25- 27.

Triplehorn, D. M., Hok, C. & Hansen, E. (1974, November). Technical articles. Journal of Geological Education, 215- 16.

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History Writing Resources

Benjamin, J. R. (1987). A student's guide to history. New York, NY: St. Martin's.

Beyer, B. K. (1980). Using writing to learn history. History Teacher, 13, 167- 178.

Botein, S. Ed. (1977). Experiments in history teaching. Cambridge: Harvard U, Danforth Center.

Bozyk, D. (1986). Conversational writing: The value of informal letter writing in the college history course. In K. O'Dowd & E. Nolan (Eds.), Learning to write, writing to learn (pp. 39- 45). Livonia, MI: Madonna College Humanities Writing Program.

Briehan, J. R. (1986). Prewriting in college history courses. Perspectives: American Historical Association Newsletter, 24, 20- 21.

Brostoff, A., & Beyer, B. K. (1980). An approach to integrating writing into a history course. Journal of Basic Writing, 2, 36- 52.

Brundage, A. (1989). Going to the sources: A guide to historical research and writing. Arlington Heights, IL: Harlan Davidson

Cassara, E. (1985). The student as detective, an Undergraduate exercise in historiographical research. The History Teacher, 18, 581- 591.

Greene, S. (1993). The role of task in the development of academic thinking through reading and writing in a college history course. Research in the Teaching of English, 27, 46- 75.

Holsinger, D. (1983). Writing to learn history. In C. Thaiss (Ed.) Writing to learn: Essays and reflections on writing across the curriculum (pp. 49- 55). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Keightley, D. (1979). Improving student skills in a history lecture course. History Teacher, 12, 171- 179.

Kentleton, J. (1981). The importance of the essay. Teaching History, 29, 25- 27.

Lorence, J. L. (1983). The critical analysis of documentary evidence: Basic skills in the history classroom. Teaching History: A Journal of Methods, 8, 77- 84.

Marius, R. (1989). A short guide to writing about history. New York: Harper Collins.

Mulholland, B.M. (1987) It's not just the writing. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book. (pp. 227-238). Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook.

Rebhorn, M. (1985). What does "writing across the disciplines" mean to historians? Teaching English in the Two- Year College, 12, 265- 268.

Sherman, S. W. (1986). Inventing an elephant: history as composition. In T. Newkirk (Ed.), Only connect: Uniting reading and writing. (pp. 211- 226). Upper Montclair, NJ: Boynton/Cook.

Simon, L. (1991). Decoding writing assignments. History Teacher, 24, 149- 55.

Steffens, H. (1991). Using informal writing in large history classes: Helping students to find interest and meaning in history. Social Studies, 82, 107- 09.

Steffens, H. (1991). Helping students improve their own writing: The self- conference sheet. History Teacher, 24, 239- 41.

Steffens, H. (1989). Designing history writing assignments for student success. Social Studies, 80, 59- 63.

Steffens, H. (1987). Journals in the teaching of history. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.) The journal book (pp. 219- 226). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Steffens, H. J., & Dickerson, M. J. (with T. Fulwiler). (1987). Writer's guide: History. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath.

Strenski, E. (1982). Lightening the burden of assigned writing: Editing guides for self and peer evaluation. History Teacher, 16, (1), 9- 17.

Theiman, G. Y. (1992). Using fictional journals to study under-represented groups in history. Social Education, 56, 185- 86.

Watson, T. (1985). Writing to learn history. In A. R. Gere (Ed.), Roots in the sawdust: Writing to learn across the disciplines (pp. 137- 147). Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English.

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International Communications and Culture Writing Resources

Barnett, M. (1989, October). Writing as a process. The French Review. 63, 31- 44. Gaudiani, C. (1981). Teaching composition in the foreign language curriculum. Washington, D. C.: Center for applied linguistics. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 209 961).

Klein, I. (1990). Teaching in a liberal arts college: How foreign language courses contribute to "writing across the curriculum" programs. Modern Language Journal, 74, 28- 35.

Morocco, G., & Soven, M. (1990). Writing across the curriculum in the foreign language class: Developing a new pedagogy. Hispania, 73, 845- 849.

Peterson, D. (1985). Writing to learn German. In A. R. Gere (Ed.), Roots in the sawdust: Writing to learn across the disciplines (pp. 46- 59. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English.

Sandler, K. W. (1987). Letting them write when they can't even talk? Writing as discovery in the foreign language classroom. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 312- 320). Portsmouth, NH: Boynton, 312- 320.

Tabor, K. (1984). Gaining successful writing in the foreign language classroom. Foreign Language Annals, 17, 123- 24.

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Mathematics Writing Resources

Able, J. P., & Abel, F. J. (1988). Writing in the mathematics classroom. Clearing House, 62, (4), 155- 158.

BeMiller, S. (1987). The mathematics workbook.In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 359- 366). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Berlinghoff, W. P. (1989). Locally original mathematics through writing. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 88- 94). New York: Teachers College Press.

Buerk, D. (1986). Carolyn Werbel's journal: Voicing the struggle to make meaning of mathematics. Working paper No. 160. Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College Center for Research on Women. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 297 977).

Birken, M. (1989). Using writing to assist learning in college mathematics classes. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 33- 47). New York: Teachers College Press.

Borasi, R., & Rose, B. J. (1989). Journal writing and mathematics instruction. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 20, 347- 365.

Botstein, L. (1989). Foreword: The ordinary experience of writing. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Ed), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. xi- xviii). New York: Teachers College Press.

Connolly, P., and Vilardi, T. (1989). Writing to learn mathematics and science. NY: Teachers College Press.

Ganguli, A. B. (1989). Integrating writing in developmental mathematics. College Teaching, 47, 140- 142.

Goldberg, D. (1983). Integrating writing into the mathematics curriculum. Two- Year College Mathematics Journal, 14, 421- 24.

Gopen, G. D., & Smith, D. A. (1989). What's an assignment like you doing in a course like this? Writing to learn mathematics. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 209- 228). New York: Teachers College Press.

John- Steiner, V. (1989). Is mathematics a language? In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 285- 289). New York: Teachers College Press.

Keith, S. Z. (1988, December). Explorative writing and learning mathematics. Mathematics Teacher, 714- 719.

Keith, S. Z. (1989). Exploring mathematics in writing. In P. Connolly & t. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 134- 146). New York: Teachers College Press.

Keith, S. Z., & Keith, P. (1985, June). Writing and learning college mathematics. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Conference on English Education, Cedar Rapids, IA. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 264- 570).

Kennedy, B. (1985). Writing letters to learn math. Learning, 13, (6), 58- 59, 61.

Kennedy, J. (1980). Mathematics and the art of writing. In J. Z. Flinn (Ed.), Reflections on writing: Programs and strategies for classrooms K- 12 (pp. 71- 74). St. Louis: Gateway Writing Project.

Kenyon, R. W. (1987). Writing is problem solving. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts, Scientific Reasoning Research Institute. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 300- 427). Reprinted in P. Connolly & T. Villardi (Eds.), 1989, Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 73- 87). New York: Teachers College Press.

King, B. (1982). Using writing in the mathematics class: Theory and practice. In C. W. Griffin (Ed.), Teaching writing in all disciplines (pp. 39- 44). San Francisco: Jossey- Bass.

Layzer, D. (1989). The synergy between writing and mathematics. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 122- 133). New York: Teachers College Press.

LeGere, A. (1991). Collaboration and writing in the mathematics classroom. The Mathematics Teacher, 84, 166- 171.

Lesnak, R. J. (1989). Writing to learn: An experiment in remedial algebra. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 147- 156). New York: Teachers College Press.

Lipman, M. R. (1981, September). Mathematics term paper! Mathematics Teacher, 453- 54.

Madigan, C. (1987, February). Writing across the curriculum resources in science and mathematics. Journal of College Science Teaching, 250- 253.

Marwine, A. (1989). Reflections on the uses of informal writing. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 56- 69). New York: Teachers College Press.

Mett, C. L. (1989). Writing in mathematics: Evidence of learning through writing. Clearing House, 62, 293- 296.

Mullin, W. J. (1989). Qualitative thinking and writing in the hard sciences. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 198- 208). New York: Teachers College Press.

Paik, M. K., & Norris, E. M. (1983). Writing to learn in statistics, mathematics, and computer science: Two views. In C. Thaiss (Ed.), Writing to learn: Essays and reflections on writing across the curriculum (pp. 107- 115). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Powell, A. B. & Lopez, J. A. (1989). Writing as a vehicle to learn mathematics: A case study. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 157- 177). New York: Teachers College Press.

Rose, B. (1989b). Writing and mathematics: Theory and practice. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 15- 30). New York: Teachers College Press.

Schmidt, D. (1985). Writing in math class. In A. R. Gere (Ed.), Roots in the sawdust: writing to learn across the curriculum (pp. 104- 116). Urbana, IL: National Council of English Teachers.

Selfe, C. L., Petersen, B. T., & Nahrgang, C. L. (1986). Journal writing in mathematics. In A. Young & T. Fulwiler (Eds). Writing across the disciplines (pp. 192- 207). Upper Montclair: Boynton.

Vukovich, D. (1985). Ideas in practice: Integrating math and writing through the math journal. Journal of Developmental Education, 9, 19- 20.

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Music Writing Resources

Ambrose, J. (1987). Music journals. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 261- 268). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Larson, C. M., & Merrion, M. (1987). Documenting the aesthetic experience: The music journal. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 254- 260). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Popoff, L. A. (1986). In- class writing to facilitate learning in music theory courses. In K. O'Down & E. Nolan (Eds.), Learning to write, writing to learn (pp. 27- 31). Livonia, MI: Madonna College Humanities Writing Program.

Redmon, J. (1986). If music be the food of thought, write on: Writing in the general music class. In K. O'Dowd & E. Nolan (Eds.), Learning to write, writing to learn (pp. 72- 74). Livonia MI: Madonna College Humanities Writing Program.

Wingell, R. J. (1990). Writing about music: An introductory guide. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

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Philosophy Writing Resources

Berger, J. (1984). Writing to learn in philosophy. Teaching Philosophy, 7, 217- 222.

Bosley, D. S., & Jacobs, J. (1992). Collaborative writing: A philosopher's guide. Teaching Philosophy, 15, 17- 32.

Carella, M. J. (1983). Philosophy as literacy: Teaching college students to read critically and write cogently. College Composition and Communication, 34, 57- 61.

Coppenger, M. (1979). Written dialogue: An alternative to the term paper. Teaching Philosophy, 3, 197- 202.

Cunningham, F. J. (1985). Writing philosophy: Sequential essays and objective tests. College Composition and Communication, 36, 166- 172.

Daniel, S. H. (1979). Preparations for a research paper in philosophy. Teaching Philosophy, 3, 185- 188.

Faulconer, J. E., Williams, R. N., & Packard, D. J. (1988). Using critical reasoning to teach writing. Teaching Philosophy, 11, 229- 244.

Fishman, S. M. (1985). Writing- to- learn in philosophy: A before and after story. Teaching Philosophy. 11, 229- 244.

Fishman, S. M. (1989). Writing and philosophy. Teaching Philosophy, 8, 331- 334.

Garver, E. (1983). How to develop ideas: The contribution philosophy can make to improve literacy. Teaching Philosophy, 6, 97- 102.

Gorvitz, S. (1979). Taped commentary on student writing. Teaching Philosophy, 3, 189- 195.

Gunn, A. S. (1979). Writing philosophical essays: Guidance notes for students. Teaching Philosophy, 3, 203- 211.

Kent, O. T. (1987). Student journals and the goals of philosophy. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 269- 277). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

McCarthy, L. P., & S. M. (1991). Boundary conversations: Conflicting ways of knowing in philosophy and interdisciplinary research. Research in the Teaching of English, 25, 419- 68.

Martinish, A. P. (1989). Philosophical writing: An introduction. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

North, S.M. (1987). The philosophical journal: Three case studies. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 278-288). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Pletcher, G. K. (1983). Literacy and the study of philosophy. Teaching Philosophy, 6, 109- 115.

Richmond, S. (1979). When to begin writing. Teaching Philosophy, 3, 181- 183.

Russell, K., & Robertson, L. (1986). Teaching analytic reading and writing: A feminist approach. Teaching Philosophy, 9, 207- 217.

Sautter, R. C. (1992). Student- written philosophical journals. Teaching Philosophy, 15, 239- 250.

Spader, P.H. (1979). Writing a philosophy paper. Teaching Philosophy, 3, 177- 179.

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Physical Education and Recreation Writing Resources

Anderson, W. G. (February, 1988). Preparing and using the written curriculum. Journal of Physical Education and Recreation.

Franks, J. (1990, September/October). Students: write to learn. Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sports Educators, 19- 20; 24.

Hinson, C. (1993, January 17- 18). Paper and pencils in physical education. Teaching Elementary Physical Education.

Jewell, D. L. (1980). Documentation: Shibboleth for professionalism. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 14, 23- 29.

Kirk, D. and R. Tinning. (1992). Physical education pedagogical work as praxis. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 350296).

Metcalf, J. (1979, November/December). Teaching writing in physical education and recreation. Journal of Physical Education and Recreation, 50, 38.

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Physics Writing Resources

Day, L. H. From mere formulas to the bigger picture: Helping students in introductory physics see interconnectedness. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 357356).

Grumbacher, J. (1987). How writing helps physics students become better problem solvers. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 323- 329). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Jensen, V. (1987). Writing in college physics. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 330- 336). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Jewett, J. W., Jr. (1991). Learning introductory physics through required writing assignments. Journal of College Science Teaching, 21, 20- 25.

Kirkpatrick, L. D., & Pittendrigh, A. S. (1984). A writing teacher in the physics classroom. Physics Teacher, 22, 159- 164.

Madigan, C. (1987). Writing across the curriculum resources in science and mathematics. Journal of College Science Teaching, 16, 250- 253.

Madigan, C. (1987). Writing as a means, not an end. Journal of College Science Teaching, 16, 245- 249.

Mullen, W. J. (1989). Writing in physics. Physics Teacher, 56, 70- 73.

Thompson, P. (1970). Why lab reports? Physics Teacher, 8, 204.

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Political Science Writing Resources

Biddle, A. W., & Holland, K. M. (with T. Fulwiler). (1987). Writer's guide: Political science. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath.

Brodsky, D., & Meagher, E. (1987). Journals and political science. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book pp. 375- 386). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Farlow, D. E. (1989). Writing a research paper in political science. Glenview, IL: Scott.

Mahoney, M. (1979). Essay writing in political education. Teaching Political Science, 7, 51- 72.

Pittendrign, A. S. (1991). A model for teaching writing in large introductory political science classes. Political Science Teacher, 2, 5- 10.

Selcher, W. A., & McClellan, E. F. (1990). Sequential writing assignments in international relations and American government survey courses. Political Science Teacher, 3, 14- 16.

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Psychology Writing Resources

Anderson, T. (1990). A psychodynamic approach to the teaching of writing: A hermeneutic dialogue. Teaching of Psychology, 17, 18- 22.

Anderson, W. P. (1982). The use of journals in a human sexuality course. Teaching of Psychology, 9, 105- 107.

Beers, S. E. (1985). Use of a portfolio writing assignment in a course on developmental psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 12, 94- 96.

Beers, S. E. (1986). Questioning and peer collaboration as techniques for thinking and writing about personality. Teaching of Psychology, 13, 75- 77.

Blevin- Knabae, B. (1987). Writing to learn while learning to write. Teaching of Psychology. 14, 239- 241.

Boice, R. (1982). Teaching of writing in psychology: A review of sources. Teaching of Psychology, 9, 143- 147.

Bond, L. A., & Magistrale, A. S. (with T. Fulwiler) (1987). Writer's guide: Psychology. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath.

Calhoun, L. G., & Selby, J. W. (1979). Writing in psychology: A separate course? Teaching of Psychology, 6, 232.

Gorman, M. E., Gorman, M. & Young, A. (1986). Poetic writing in psychology. In A. Young and T. Fulwiler (Eds.), Writing across the disciplines: Research into practice. (pp. 139- 159). Upper Montclair, NJ: Boynton/Cook.

Herman, W. E. (1986). Psychological poetry: Learning through creative expression. In K. O'Dowd & E. Nolan (Eds.), Learning to write, writing to learn (pp. 75- 81). Livonia, MI: Madonna College Humanities Writing Program.

Hettich, P, (1976). The journal: An autobiographical approach to learning. Teaching of Psychology, 17, 36- 39.

Hettich, P. (1990). Journal writing: Old fare or novelle cuisine? Teaching of Psychology, 17, 36- 39.

Hinkle, S., & Hinkle, A. (1990). An experimental comparison of the effects of focused free-writing and other study strategies on lecture comprehension. Teaching of Psychology, 17, 31- 35.

Jolley, J. M., & Mitchell, M. L. (1990). Two psychologists' experiences with journals. Teaching of Psychology, 17, 40- 41.

Junn, E. N. (1989). "Dear Mom and Dad": Using personal letters to enhance students' understanding of developmental issues. Teaching of Psychology, 16, 135- 139.

Klugh, H. E. (1983). Writing and speaking skills can be taught in psychology classes. Teaching of Psychology, 10, 170- 171.

Levine, J. R. (1990). Using a peer tutor to improve writing in a psychology class: One instructor's experience. Teaching of Psychology, 17, 57- 58.

Madigan, R., & Brosamer, J. (1990). Improving the writing skills of students in introductory psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 17, 27- 30.

McGovern, T. V., & Hogshead, D. L. (1990). Learning about writing, thinking about teaching. Teaching of Psychology, 17, 5- 10.

Miller, S. U. (1979). Keeping a psychological journal. Gifted Child Quarterly, 23, 168- 175.

Nadelman, L. (1990). Learning to think and write as an empirical psychologist: The laboratory course in developmental psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 17, 45- 48.

Poe, R. E. (1990). A strategy for improving literature reviews in psychology courses. Teaching of Psychology, 17, 54- 55.

Price, D. W. W. (1990). A model for reading and writing about primary sources: The case of introductory psychology. Teaching Psychology, 17, 48- 53.

Rosnow, R. L., & Rosnow, M. (1986). Writing papers in psychology: A student guide. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.

Sanford, J. F. (1983). Multiple drafts of experimental laboratory reports. In C. Thaiss (Ed.), Writing to learn: Essays and reflections on writing across the curriculum (pp. 119- 126). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Seligman, L. (1983). Writing in counseling and clinical psychology. In C. Thaiss (Ed.), Writing to learn: Essays and reflections on writing across the curriculum (pp. 90- 97). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Snodgrass, S. E. (1985). Writing as a tool for teaching social psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 17, 42- 44.

Willingham, D. B. (1990). Effective feedback on written assignments. Teaching of Psychology, 17, 10- 13.

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Science Writing Resources

Biddle, A. W., & Bean, D. J. (with T. Fulwiler). (1987). Writer's guide: Life sciences. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath.

Bowen, M. E., & Mazzeo, J. A. (Eds). (1979). Writing about science. New York: Oxford University Press.

Brillhart, L. V., & Debs, M. B. (1981). Teaching writing- - A scientist's responsibility. Journal of College Science Teaching, 10, 303- 304.

Cory, W. (1982). A comprehensive bibliography on scientific and technical writing. Journal of College Science Teaching, 11, 351- 355.

Day, R. A. (1983). How to write and publish a scientific paper (2nd ed.). Philadelphia: ISI.

Foos, K. M. (1987). Abstracts can enhance writing skills. Journal of College Science Teaching, 16, 254- 255.

Grumbacher, J. (1987b). Writing to understand science: Theory and practice. In J. Self (Ed.), Plain talk: About learning and writing across the curriculum (pp. 27- 35). Commonwealth of Virginia: Virginia Department of Education.

Hamilton, D. (1978). Writing science. College English, 40, 32- 40.

Lavoie, D., & Backus, A. (1990). Students write to overcome learning blocks. Journal of College Science Teaching, 19, 353- 358.

Miles, T. H. (1990). Critical thinking and writing for science and technology. San Diego: Harcourt.

Strauss, M. J., & Fulwiler, T. (1990). Writing to learn in large lecture classes. Journal of College Science Teaching, 19, 158- 163.

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Sociology Writing Resources

Allen, H., & Fauth, L. (1987). Academic journals and the sociological imagination. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 367- 374). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Anderson, L., & Holt, M. (1990). Teaching writing in sociology: A social constructionist approach. Teaching Sociology, 18, 179- 184.

Becker, H. S. (1986). Writing for social scientists: How to start and finish your thesis, book, or article. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Berg, E. Z. (1992). An introduction to sociology using short stories and films: Reshaping the cookie cutter and redecorating the cookie. Teaching Sociology, 20, 265- 269.

Cadwallader, M. L., & Scarboro, C. A. (1982). Teaching writing within a sociology course: A case study in writing across the curriculum. Teaching Sociology, 9, 359- 382.

Camplese, D. A., & Mayo, J. A. (1982). How to improve the quality of student writing: The colleague swap. Teaching Sociology, 9, 122- 123.

Charbonneau, G. (1986). Writing in the social sciences: Fostering critical thinking and values formation through micro- themes. In K. O'Dowd & E. Nolan (Eds.), Learning to write, writing to learn (pp. 57- 63). Livonia, MI: Madonna College Humanities Writing Program.

Coker, F. H., & Scarboro, A. (1990). Writing to learn in upper- division sociology courses: Two case studies. Teaching Sociology, 18, 218- 222.

Crew, K. (1989, fall). Writing processes and the sociological imagination. Crossover: A WAC Newsletter, 3- 6.

Cuba, L. (1993). A short guide to writing about social science (2nd ed.). New York: Harper Collins.

Denscombe, M. & Robins, L. (1980). Self- assessment and essay writing. Teaching Sociology, 8, 63- 77.

Dynia, P. (1981, October). A case for course journals. Paper presented at the meeting of the Wisconsin Sociological Association, Beloit, WI.

Friedman, S. & Steinberg, S. (1989). Writing and thinking in the social sciences. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Green, C. S., III, & Klug, H. G. (1990). Teaching critical thinking and writing through debates: An experimental evaluation. Teaching Sociology, 18, 462- 471.

Hinrichs, D. W. (1990). Teaching communication skills in the context of introductory sociology. Teaching Sociology, 18, 32- 38.

Hylton, J. and Allen, J. (1993). Setting specific purposes for writing- to- learn assignments. Journal of Teaching Sociology, 21, 68- 78.

Kalia, N. N. (1984). The sociological book review. A substitute for the standard term paper. Teaching Sociology, 11, 213- 217.

Karcher, B. C. (1988). Sociology and writing across the curriculum: An adaptation of the sociological journal. Teaching Sociology, 16, 168- 172.

Keller, R. A. (1982). Teaching from the journals. Teaching Sociology, 9, 407- 409.

King, K. M. (1987). Using retrospective autobiographies as a teaching tool. Teaching Sociology, 15, 410- 413.

Little, C. (1988, July). Teaching writing with word processors. Teaching Sociology, 272- 74.

Miller, R., & Miller, R. S. (1976). The student's sociological diary. Teaching Sociology, 4, 67- 82.

Moynihan, M. M. (1989). Writing in sociology classes: Informal assignments. Teaching Sociology, 17, 346- 350.

O'Flaherty, K. M. (1992). Introducing students to the concept of the sociological imagination: A written assignment. Teaching Sociology, 20, 326- 328.

Reinertsen, P., & Wells, M.C. (1993). Dialogue journals and critical thinking. Journal of Teaching Sociology, 21, 182- 86.

Riedman, A. (1991). We wrote our own book: Teaching introductory sociology by helping students to tell their own stories with sociological insight. Teaching Sociology, 19, 477- 482.

Roth, R. L. (1985). Learning about gender through writing: Student journals in the
undergraduate classroom. Teaching Sociology, 12, 325- 338.

Singh, R. N., & Unnithan, N. P. (1989). Free to write: On the use of speculative writing in sociology courses. Teaching Sociology, 17, 465- 470.

Simon, B. L., & Soven, M. (1989). The teaching of writing in social work education: A pressing priority for the 1990's. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 3, (2), 47-63.

Sociology Writing Group (1986). A guide to writing sociology papers. New York: St. Martin's.

Steward, J. S. & Smelstor, M. (1984). Writing in the social sciences. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman & Co.

Stoddart, K. (1991). Writing sociologically: A note on teaching the construction of a qualitative report. Teaching Sociology, 19, 243- 248.

Wagenaar, T. C. (1984). Using student journals in sociology courses. Teaching Sociology, 11, 419- 437.

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