Preparing to Teach Writing: Research, Theory, and Practice

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Subject Index
Note: An f after a page number denotes a figure; a t after a page number denotes a table.
A
Accountability, 301
Ackerman, J., 76
Adams, M., 153
Addison, R., 144
Advanced Placement (AP) test, 305, 305n–306n
Affect/effect, 184
Alcibiades, 12, 14
A lot, 183
Alt Dis: Alternative Discourses and the Academy (Schroeder, Bizzell, & Fox), 92
Amastae, J., 249
Ambrose, 31, 35
American Psychological Association (APA), 72
Anchor score, 326
Antidosis (Isocrates), 9
Antifoundationalism, 90
APA, see American Psychological Association
Apology (Plato), 17
Appropriateness conditions, 181–182
AP test, see Advanced Placement (AP) test
areté (civic virtue), 6, 7, 8–9, 20
Argumentation writing, 283, 284
Aristophanes, 14, 18n
Aristotle
attacks by Ramus on, 36, 37
background of, 20–23
definition of rhetoric of, 1
difference from Cicero, 13, 34
influence of, 20, 27, 32
on psychology of audience, 22–23
on rhetorical proofs, 21–22
Arizona, bilingual education in, 217, 222
Art of letter writing (ars dictamenis), 34, 35
Art of preaching (ars praedicandi), 35
The Art of Rhetoric (Aristotle), 20–22
Asian rhetoric, 14n7
Aspect, in Black/Standard English, 242
Assessment/evaluation
affect on teaching methodology, 300
assessment vs. evaluation, 297
fairness in, 298
to manipulate student behavior/attitude, 300–301
preestablished standard in, 297–298, 299–300, 304
problems in, 299
reliability in, 298
tips for writing comments on student papers, 316–317
writing comments on student papers, 314–316
Assessment/evaluation, holistic scoring in, 318–319
converting numeric score to letter grade, 327–328
elementary rubric (sample), 320–321

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