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Fri Mar 21 17:14:05 2014 UTClccn-n500002040.00James Moffett letters,0.501.00Two major theories of teaching English : a comparison and contrast of the theories of James Moffett and Robert Scholes /75091535n 5000020435943lccn-n83005448Wagner, Betty Janelccn-n96010014McElheny, Kenneth R.lccn-n79023195National Council of Teachers of Englishlccn-n85123901Baker, Miriamlccn-n81068700Cooper, Charles Raymond1934-np-thorpe, beeThorpe, Beelccn-n98045245Cano, Robin B.lccn-n86036280Wixon, Patricianp-suid, roberta kochSuid, Roberta Kochedtlccn-n85372833Tashlik, PhyllisMoffett, JamesCase studiesHandbooks, manuals, etcJuvenile worksEnglish language--Study and teachingLanguage artsTextbooks--CensorshipWest Virginia--Kanawha CountyEnglish language--Composition and exercisesInterdisciplinary approach in educationEnglish language--RhetoricDrama in educationUnited StatesEducational changeEducation--Social aspectsMoral educationCritical pedagogyEducation, HumanisticReport writing--Study and teachingShort storiesReport writing--Study and teaching (Secondary)English language--Study and teaching (Secondary)English language--Study and teaching (Elementary)Education, Elementary--CurriculaObservation (Educational method)Verbal learning--EvaluationLearning--Social aspectsPoint of view (Literature)Short stories, AmericanEnglish language--Composition and exercises--Study and teachingSchool prose, AmericanReaders (Elementary)College prose, AmericanCollege readersReport writingNarration (Rhetoric)American prose literatureEnglish prose literatureLanguage arts (Elementary)Children's writings, AmericanLimericksLimericks, JuvenileHumorous poetryInterpersonal relationsMoffett, JamesLiterature--Study and teachingDiscourse analysisLincoln, Abraham,Political scienceAfricaBankersDeveloping countriesAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Villages192919561962196619671968197319741975197619791981198319851986198719881989199219941995199820002002201210467164286379.156LB1576ocn000626453ocn004231330ocn002862284ocn002593617ocn439026686ocn456117204ocn45612451318066ocn045731423file19880.47Moffett, JamesStorm in the mountains a case study of censorship, conflict, and consciousnessCase studiesDiscusses a 1974 censorship conflict over textbooks in West Virginia, uses interviews to identify the protestors' objections, and discusses education in America+-+5930684535324118121ocn000037785book19680.53Moffett, JamesTeaching the universe of discourse"... The present book sketches a pedagogical theory of discourse that may provide both a fuller rationale for the curriculum, ..."-Foreword+-+46364521359246ocn007552152book19810.50Moffett, JamesActive voice : a writing program across the curriculumHandbooks, manuals, etc"From monologues and autobiography to narratives and essay, Moffett discusses particular compositional issues arising from each type of writing and provides innovative ways of treating them."-back cover+-+543745213587525ocn000626453book10660.24Moffett, JamesPoints of view, an anthology of short storiesCollection offers fresh perspective on short story form concerning narration+-+67237160957707ocn002881855book19760.53Moffett, JamesStudent-centered language arts and reading, K-13 : a handbook for teachers6486ocn029219696book19940.50Moffett, JamesThe universal schoolhouse : spiritual awakening through education+-+22517900066385ocn000007600book19680.56Moffett, JamesA student-centered language arts curriculum, grades K-13 : a handbook for teachers4833ocn024246952book19920.53Moffett, JamesStudent-centered language arts, K-12+-+57474521353625ocn000491639book19680.63Moffett, JamesA student-centered language arts curriculum, grades K-6, a handbook for teachers3261ocn007578019book19810.66Moffett, JamesComing on center : English education in evolutionThis is a collection of essays written by Moffett beginning in the 1970s and addressing various topics pertinent to teachers, including the social and political contexts of schooling, ways of teaching literature, and meditation in teaching and learning.-National Writing Project Review2894ocn026013762book19920.66Moffett, JamesDetecting growth in language"Detecting Growth in Language aims to help teachers assess for themselves their students' growth in language, offering an alternative to standardized testing and enabling teachers to better use portfolios, projects, and authentic regular performance as assessment."-back cover+-+26684521353242713ocn000353486book19670.70Moffett, JamesDrama: what is happening; the use of dramatic activities in the teaching of English2653ocn026400173book19920.79Moffett, JamesHarmonic learning : keynoting school reform"In Harmonic Learning, based on the author's 25 years of experience with educational transformation, James Moffett keynotes current school reform by providing the breadth and depth of thought that the movement tends to lack."-back cover+-+97684521353242212ocn016873450book19880.66Moffett, JamesComing on center : essays in English education1433ocn012803808book19860.50Moffett, JamesActive voices IV+-+60664521353241347ocn012020059book19850.28Points of departure : an anthology of nonfiction+-+3372716095982ocn014212279book19870.35Moffett, JamesActive voices III+-+2866452135324882ocn014212299book19870.33Moffett, JamesActive voices II651ocn015592456book19870.06Active voices IIntroduces the techniques of writing with a collection of diaries, journals, autobiographies, research reports, fictional stories, poems and essays written by students in grades four to six452ocn001931089book19730.08Wasserman, IrvingLimericksJuvenile works91ocn155701342book20000.21Moffett, JamesThe best nest : an appropriate response to intimacy and autonomy11ocn041140642visu0.47Critchfield, RichardRichard Critchfield photograph collectionPhotographsRich collection of photographs documenting the life and career of Richard Critchfield, Third World villages reporter, and his parents and siblings, in North Dakota Iowa, California, Virginia, and Europe. There are images taken of villagers in Africa, India, Asia,and the Middle East. Also includes copy negatives for all images in his book, Those Days11ocn007099506book19791.00McQuillan, Mark KA critical appraisal of James Moffett's theory of composition11ocn156950794art19140.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamMoffett, James11ocn054055083book19751.00Pettit, Elizabeth RobinsonAn In-service program for a student-centered language arts curriculum11ocn289033900mix1.00Moffett, JamesJames Porter Moffett PapersThe collection includes correspondence, publicity, unpublished writings, audiocassettes and videotapes11ocn034137504book19951.00Schantz, Robert CTwo major theories of teaching English : a comparison and contrast of the theories of James Moffett and Robert Scholes11ocn039624541mixMoffett, JamesJames Moffett lettersHistoryGenealogyRecords and correspondenceThis collection consists of nine (9) letters written by James Moffett (1787-1881) of Bath County, Kentucky, to his grandson James W. Sudduth from 1859-1878. Additionally, there is one (1) letter written by Sudduth's cousin Callie or Carrie, dated December 29, 1859. The letters discuss family and friends, providing information about their marriages, births and deaths. Frequently, Moffett provides religious, agricultural, financial, medical, and life advice for the younger James, including two (2) letters written in 1861 that caution the younger James to remain in Missouri rather than moving to Oregon as he had planned. Of particular interest in this collection is a letter written May 11, 1865, less than a month after the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. In this letter, Moffett mourns Lincoln's death but believes that Andrew Johnson is better suited to the present challenges. Moffett also comments upon slaves leaving Bath County in search of freedom and husbands who had joined the Army. He also notes the return of Confederate soldiers to their homes in Bath County. Other items of Civil War interest include a letter written on December 29, 1859, in which Moffett notes that he does not believe that the Union will dissolve, and a letter written on March 11, 1861, in which Moffett comments upon a possible attack on Fort Sumter, believing that President Lincoln will defend Major Robert Anderson. Other topics discussed in this correspondence include the reelection of President Ulysses S. Grant in 1872 and Kentuckian Benjamin H. Bristow and the 1876 Republican National Convention. Later letters express Moffett's loneliness after the death of his wife Nancy Ratliff Moffett+-+2251790006+-+2251790006Fri Mar 21 15:56:42 EDT 2014batch19826