is Professor ofEnglish at Eastern Washington University.He formerly servedas Chair ofthe Department ofEnglish as a Second Language,University ofHawaii.He is theauthor of
Grammar in the Classroom
(Macmillan,1990) and ofnumerous other professionalbooks and articles.
is Assistant Professor at the College ofEducation,Southwest Texas StateUniversity,where she teaches courses in reading instruction.She formerly served as DirectorofReading and Language Arts ofthe Texas Education Agency and has authored,andcontributed to,numerous articles and books on reading instruction and teacher education.
Jacqueline Jones Royster
is Associate Professor ofEnglish at The Ohio State University.She is also on the faculty at the Bread LoafSchool ofEnglish at Middlebury College inMiddlebury,Vermont.In addition to the teaching ofwriting,Dr.Royster’s professionalinterests include the rhetorical history ofAfrican American women and the social andcultural implications ofliterate practices.
a former English and reading teacher,is currently an assistant professorat the University ofMaine,where he teaches courses in middle and secondary level literacy.Author ofseveral books and articles on the teaching ofreading and the use oftechnology,he also works with local schools as part ofthe Adolescent Literacy Project.
a former high school English teacher and department chair,is Professor of English Education,Director ofthe Tidewater Virginia Writing Project,and Director oftheCenter for Urban Education at Old Dominion University in Norfolk,Virginia.Author ofmorethan seventy-five articles and books on teaching English,Dr.Wolfe is a frequent consultantto schools and colleges on the teaching ofEnglish language arts.