Interdiscplinary Writing and the Undergraduate Experience: A Four-Year Writing Plan Proposal
Relying upon social process compositional theory and theories of the intellectual development of college students, Haynes' article presents a proposal for how interdisciplinary writing might be fostered in a four-year undergraduate curriculum. She argues that in order for students to gain proficiency in interdisciplinary written scholarship, they must undergo a carefully sequenced set of writing experiences which progress steadily from engagement with expressive modes to a more critical awareness of disciplinary forms to the development of integrative inquiry. Her article offers a theoretical justification for her plan as well as a series of sample writing assignments.
Haynes, Carolyn. "Interdisciplinary writing and the undergraduate experience: A four-year writing plan proposal." Issues in Integrative Studies 14 (1996): 29-57.
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