Table of contents for Teaching writing with Latino/a students : lessons learned at Hispanic- serving institutions / edited by Cristina Kirklighter, Diana Cãaardenas, Susan Wolff Murphy.

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CONTENTS
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Foreword
Lessons Learned at Hispanic-Serving Institutions
 Michelle Hall Kells
Acknowledgments
Introduction
 Cristina Kirklighter, Susan Wolff Murphy, Diana C rdenas 
Part I: Introductory Essays
1. Teaching Writing at Hispanic Serving Institutions 
Beatrice Méndez Newman
2. Teaching English in a California Two-Year HIS: Complexities, Challenges, 
Programs,
and Practices
Jody Millward, Sandra Starkey, and David Starkey
Part II: We¿re Not All the Same: Understanding Geographic and Cultural Differences at 
HSIs
 3. Discovering a ¿Proper Pedagogy¿: The Geography of Writing at UTPA
Dora Ramírez-Dhoore and Rebecca Jones
4. Literate Practices/Language Practices: What Do We Really Know About Our
Students?
Isabel Araiza, Humberto C rdenas, and Susan Loudermilk Garza
5. M s all  del inglés: A Bilingual Approach to College Composition
Isis Artze-Vega, Elizabeth I. Doud, and Belkys Torres
6. Un pie adentro y otro afuera: Composition Instruction for Transnational 
Dominicans 
 in Higher Education
Sharon Utakis and Marianne Pita
Part III: Considerations for Creating Effective Writing Programs at HSIs 
7. Building on the Richness of a South Texas Community: Revisioning a 
Technical and Professional Writing Program through Service Learning
Diana C rdenas and Susan Loudermilk Garza
8. It¿s All in the Attitude, the Language Attitude
Isabel Baca
9. Changing Perceptions, and Ultimately Practices, of Basic Writing Instructors 
through the Familia Approach
 Barbara Jaffe
Part IV: The Personal Narrative: Exploring Our Cultures as HSI Student and Teachers
10. The Politic of Space and Narrative in the Multicultural Classroom
Robert J. Affeldt
11. Collaboratively Mentoring Our Identities as Readers, Writers, and Teachers: 
A Black Cuban, Black American¿s Impact on a South Texas Community
Cathy Freeze, Dundee Lackey, Cristina Kirklighter, Jennifer Anderson, Peter 
Cavazos, Rachel Eatmon-Hall, Misty Lynn Garcia, Jennifer Nelson Reynolds, 
Sandra Valerio, Billy D. Watson, Elizabeth Worden, and Stacy Wyatt

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hispanic American children -- Education.
English language -- Composition and exercises -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Language arts -- United States.
Education, Bilingual -- United States.