National Writing Project

The Quarterly

Vol. 12, No. 4, 1990

Book Review: Multiple Worlds of Child Writers, by Anne Haas Dyson
By Shelby Wolf

Computers and English: Future Tense...Future Perfect?
By Stephen Marcus

CSW Update
By NWP Staff

Letter from the Editors
By Caroline Heller, Miriam Ylvisaker

NWP Report: Mini-grants Awarded to 23 Projects
By NWP Staff

Stories Inside Stories: Creating Successful Writers in an Urban High School
By Judith Baker, Joe Check
Providing a group of urban high school students with the real work of producing a student newspaper allowed them to succeed in new ways as writers....

Teachers as Researchers: Writing to Learn about Ourselves - and Others
By Sandra Hollingsworth
Focusing on the work of one teacher-researcher, Hollingsworth documents the perils that a researcher may encounter, such as taking on an overly ambitious project or adopting a method of analysis that does not fit the problem....

The Facts and Nothing but the Facts: Using Objective Writing in the Teaching of Poetry
By Richard Gillin
Gillin shows how, in requiring them to focus precisely on what is happening in a piece of literature, he is able to guide students to a more grounded analysis of the literature itself....

Writing to Learn
By Maxine Greene

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