WPA 21.1 (Fall/Winter 1997)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (Fall/Winter 1997)

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Frontmatter

Hesse, Doug. "Letter from the Editor." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 6.

Bamberg, Betty. "Alternative Models of First-Year Composition: Possibilities and Problems." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 7-18.

Graham, Margaret Baker, Elizabeth Birmingham, and Mark Zachry. "Reinventing First-Year Composition at the First Land-Grant University: A Cautionary Tale." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 19-30.

Kearns, Judith; Brian Turner. "Negotiated Independence: How a Canadian Writing Program Became a Centre." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 31-43.

Chase, Geoffrey. "Redefining Composition, Managing Change, and the Role of the WPA." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 46-54.

Gradin, Sherrie. "What Happens to the Writing Program Administrator When the Writing Requirements Go Away?" WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 55-66.

McLeod, Susan H. "WAC at Century's End: Haunted by the Ghost of Fred Newton Scott." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 67-73.

Cogie, Jane. "Theory Made Visible: How Tutoring May Affect Development of Student-Centered Teachers." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 76-84.

Bloom, Lynn Z. "Bloom's Laws." WPA: Writing Program Administration 21.1 (1997): 85-87.

Backmatter (Contributors, Ads)

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