Reading & Writing Across Curriculum

Bibliography of Reading and Writing Resources

Here is a working list of reading and writing resources. Annotations will be added as they become available.

Bartholomae, David, and Anthony R. Petrosky. “A Basic Reading and Writing Course for the College Curriculum.” Facts, Artifacts and Counterfacts. Portsmouth: Boynton/‌Cook, 1986. 3-43.
Bean, John C. “Helping Students Read Difficult Texts.” Engaging Ideas. San Francisco: Jossy-Bass, 2001. 133-148.
Brandt, Deborah. “Remembering Writing, Remembering Reading.” College Composition and Communication 45.4 (Dec. 1994): 459-479. JSTOR. 1994. National Council of Teachers of English. 14 July 2008 <‌search>.
Byrd, Kathleen L., and Ginger MacDonald. “Defining College Readiness from the Inside Out: First-Generation College Student Perspectives.” Community College Review 33.1 (Fall 2008): 22-37. Abstract. Academic Search Premier. EBSCO. California State U, East Bay, Lib., Hayward, CA. 10 July 2008 <>.
Cunningham, Anne E., and Keith E. Stanovich. “What Reading Does for the Mind.” American Educator 22.1&2 (Spring-Summer. 1998): 1-8.
Early, Margaret, and Bonnie O. Ericson. “The Act of Reading.” Literature in the Classroom: Readers, Texts, and Contexts (1988): 31-44.
Goen, Sugie, and Helen Gillotte-Tropp. "Integrated Reading and Writing: A Response to the Basic Writing “Crisis.”.” Journal of Basic Writing 22.2 (2003): 90-113.
Goen, Sugie, et. al.  “Working with Generation 1.5 Students and Their Teachers: ESL Meets Composition.”  The Catesol Journal.14.1 (2002): 173 – 189.
“Illustration of Schema Theory.” Chart. 1995.  Teaching Children to Be Literate: A Reflective Approach. By Anthony V. Manzo and Ula Casal Manzo. Fort Worth: Harcourt Brace College, 1995. 61.
Kutz, Eleanor, Suzy Q Groden, and Vivian Zamel. The Discovery of Competence Teaching and Learning with Diverse Student Writers. Portsmouth: Bonyton/‌Cook, 1993. 1-55.
Longo, Ann Marie, Ed.D. “Using Writing and Study Skills to Improve the Reading Comprehension of At-Risk Adolesents.” Perspectives 27.2 (Spring 2001): 29-31.
Lunsford, Andrea A. “What We Know-and Don’t Know-About Remedial Writing.” College Composition and Communication 29.1 (Feb. 1978): 47-52. JSTOR. 2007. 12 Dec. 2007 <‌search>.
McCormick, Kathleen. The Culture of Reading the Teaching of English. 1994. Manchester, UK: Manchester UP, 1994.
Qualley, Donna. “Using Reading in the Writing Classroom.” Nuts and Bolts: A Practical Guide to Teaching College Compostion. 1993. By Thomas Newkirk. Ed. Thomas Newkirk. Portsmouth: Boynton/Cook, 1993. 101-127.
Ramage, John D., John C. Bean, and June Johnson. “Reading Rhetorically.” The Allyn & Bacon Guide to Writing. Ed. Donna Campion and Jenna Egan. 4th ed. New York: Pearson Longman, 2006. 117-166.
Romano, Lois. “Literacy of College Graduates Is on Decline: Survey’s Finding of a Drop in Reading Proficiency Is Inexplicable, Experts Say.” The Washington Post 25 Dec. 2005: A12. 2007. 4 Dec. 2007 <‌wp-dyn/‌content/‌article/‌2005/‌12/‌24/‌ AR2005122400701.html>.
Rosenblatt, Louise M.  “Writing and Reading: The Transactional Theory.”  Center for the Study of Reading: A Reading Research and Education Center Report.  Technical Report 416 (January 1988).  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Champaign, Illinois, 1988. 1-14.
Salvatori, Mariolina. "Reading and Writing a Text: Correlations between Reading and Writing Patterns." College English 45.7 (Nov. 1983): 657-666. JSTOR. 14 July 2008 <>.
Sanders, Marion. “Impediments to Reading Comprehension.” Perspectives 27.2 (Spring 2001): 5-8.
Tierney, Robert, and John Readence. Reading Strategies and Practices:  A Compendium. New York: Pearson, 2005.

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