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A CURRICULAR STUDY CONCERNED WITH THE PROCESS AND THE PRODUCT OF AN ENGLISH-EDUCATION COURSE AND ITS EFFECTS UPON EXPERIENCED TEACHERS' ABILITIES TO THINK CRITICALLY. INTERIM REPORT.

@inproceedings{Constantine1968ACS,
  title={A CURRICULAR STUDY CONCERNED WITH THE PROCESS AND THE PRODUCT OF AN ENGLISH-EDUCATION COURSE AND ITS EFFECTS UPON EXPERIENCED TEACHERS' ABILITIES TO THINK CRITICALLY. INTERIM REPORT.},
  author={Mary Constantine and Sister},
  year={1968}
}
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A Conceptual Framework for Using Writing To Help Preservice Teachers Integrate the Knowledge Base.

The current "Writing Across the Curriculum" movement so prevalent in the public schools is based upon the premise that writing is a powerful tool for assisting learning, from the processing of facts

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