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Graduate Studies Courses

Composition Theory


  • Baack, Susan. Applying Language Acquisition Theory to Composition Pedagogy. 1993.
  • Coppinger, Stanley. A Study of the Development of One Basic Writer. 1990.
  • Gonzales, Lanell. Peer-Clustering: A Method for Modeling the Writing Process in the Developmental Classroom. 1994.
  • Hagood, Kathlene. Discourse Repertoires and the Rural Themes Reflected within the Discourses of High School Students in a Rural Texas Town. 1998.
  • Hooks, Amber. A Case Study Approach to Attitudinal Barriers and Related Motivations Encountered When Tutoring Composition Students. 1998.
  • Jones, Tara. Problematic Issues Related to the TASP. 1999 (Directed by Dr. Randall Popken)
  • Looney, Kenneth. The Rhetoric of Athletic Coaches and Their Players: A Study of Speech Genre in the Composition Classroom. 1998.
  • Nickel, Jina. Rural Basic Writers in Central Texas. 1993.
  • Pate, Susan. Adult Learners and Composition Studies: Where the Two Meet. 1998.
  • Tanner, Cheryl. An Investigation into the Acclaimed Originality of Gertrude Buck. 1999 (Directed by Dr. Randall Popken)
  • Thompson, Kimberley. The Rhetoric of Commenting: An Investigation of the Student Perspective. 1992.
  • Waechter, Robert. The Importance of Peer Preference on the Effectiveness of Peer Review in the Composition Classroom. 1997.