In addition to the references for college composition and Canada, I wonder
if some references could be provided regarding secondary school compostion
in Canada, including the connections between the two. Thanks!
>From: Russ Hunt <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: Re: Composition and Canada
>Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2005 16:17:41 -0300
>The most current thinking about this issue I know of is in Roger
>and Heather Graves' forthcoming book.
> > Tania S. Smith does a good job at explaining some of
> > the intricacies at work in "Recent Trends in Writing
> > Instruction and Composition Studies in Canadian Universities"
> > http://www.stthomasu.ca/inkshed/cdncomp.htm (her works cited
> > offers some rich sources as well)--still, that work is dated
> > 1999. I'm not sure that anything more recent has been/is
> > being done, but I would love to hear about it on the list, if
> > you writers are out there.
>Some of its contents are already available one way or another --
>Tania Smith's work, for instance. And my "afterword" about the
>Canadian penchant for putting writing under the curriculum is
>available in draft form on my Web site:
>St. Thomas University
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