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WR 472 - Teaching Written Composition   Tags: composition, education, english, teaching, teaching tools, writing  

A guide to resources for teaching writing.
Last Updated: Apr 27, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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How to Search

In order to meet the requirements for this class, you will be using books, journals and web searches. Journals will be particularly important to this search. Below I have included some tips on searching that you can download and print. I also have included a user input box below. If you discover a web resource that is not on this guide that you would like to share with other students, please send me an alert.

Useful keyword terms and phrases:

"writing processes," composition, "English language," "teaching writing," "writing lesson*"

Useful Library of Congress Subjects:

English language -- study and teaching

composition (Language arts)  -- study and teaching

English language -- composition and exercises -- study and teaching

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