I'll be teaching an IRW class for the first time in the fall, so this is a timely question indeed! I'd be especially interested to hear David Caverly's take on this.

Christopher S. Glover, M.A.
Associate Director, Learning Assistance Center
Lecturer, English Department
CSU Long Beach
Horn Center 104
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Subject: IRW Texts


I have a question for those teaching IRW classes.

What books are you using (or plan to use in the fall) for the class? a textbook?  trade books? other approaches?

Well then...if one question is ok ... why not a second one...

If your IRW program has two levels or what level is your text assigned?


Norm (second attempt at posting)

Norman Stahl

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