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12. How Does Reading Aloud Improve Writing, Peter Elbow Jan 2010

12. How Does Reading Aloud Improve Writing, Peter Elbow

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3. The Process Of Speaking: What Can It Offer Writing?, Peter Elbow Jan 2010

3. The Process Of Speaking: What Can It Offer Writing?, Peter Elbow

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10. The Need For Care: Easy Speaking Onto The Page Is Never Enough, Peter Elbow Jan 2010

10. The Need For Care: Easy Speaking Onto The Page Is Never Enough, Peter Elbow

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11. Revising By Reading Aloud. What The Mouth And Ear Know, Peter Elbow Jan 2010

11. Revising By Reading Aloud. What The Mouth And Ear Know, Peter Elbow

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18. A New Culture Of Vernacular Literacy On The Horizon, Peter Elbow Jan 2010

18. A New Culture Of Vernacular Literacy On The Horizon, Peter Elbow

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4. Speech As Product: Eight Virtues In Careless Spoken Language, Peter Elbow Jan 2010

4. Speech As Product: Eight Virtues In Careless Spoken Language, Peter Elbow

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5. Intonation: A Virtue For Writing Found At The Root Of Everyday Speech, Peter Elbow Jan 2010

5. Intonation: A Virtue For Writing Found At The Root Of Everyday Speech, Peter Elbow

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7. Freewriting: An Obvious And Easy Way To Speak Onto The Page, Peter Elbow Jan 2010

7. Freewriting: An Obvious And Easy Way To Speak Onto The Page, Peter Elbow

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Good Enough Evaluation, Peter Elbow Jan 2010

Good Enough Evaluation, Peter Elbow

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For inclusion in a collection honoring Ed White. I have to revise this by mid month and would welcome any feedback if someone is moved to give it