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Teaching Millennials to Engage THE Environment instead of THEIR Environment: A Pedagogical Analysis
Unformatted Document Text:  120-129; Mark H. Massé, “Evaluating Students' Progress By Reading Their Journals,” Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 54 (fall 1999): 43-56; Lyle D. Olson, “Recent Composition Research is Relevant to Newswriting,” Journalism Educator 42 (fall 1987): 14-18; Daniel Riffe and Don W. Stacks, “Dimensions of Writing Apprehension Among Mass Communication Students,” Journalism Quarterly 65 (summer 1988): 384-391; Ann Schierhorn and Kathleen Endres, “Magazine Writing Instruction and the Composition Revolution.” Journalism Educator 47 (summer 1992): 57-64; Richard Streckfuss, “Good Writing Can Be Taught With Critiques and Rewrites,” Journalism Educator 46 (fall 1991): 64-68; Jerome Zurek, “Research on Writing Process Can Aid Newswriting Teachers,” Journalism Educator 41 (spring 1986): 19-23. 44 J. David Bolter, Writing Space (Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1990): 143. 45 Stewart Brand, Clock Of The Long Now: Time And Responsibility: The Ideas Behind The World's Slowest Computer (New York: Basic Books, 2000): 37. 46 Robin Millar and Jonathan F. Osborne, eds. Beyond 2000: Science education for the future (London: King’s College London, 1998). 47 R.P. Clark and D. Fry, Coaching Writers (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1992).

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120-129; Mark H. Massé, “Evaluating Students' Progress By Reading Their Journals,” 
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 54 (fall 1999): 43-56; Lyle D. Olson, “Recent 
Composition Research is Relevant to Newswriting,” Journalism Educator 42 (fall 1987): 
14-18; Daniel Riffe and Don W. Stacks, “Dimensions of Writing Apprehension Among 
Mass Communication Students,” Journalism Quarterly 65 (summer 1988): 384-391; Ann 
Schierhorn and Kathleen Endres, “Magazine Writing Instruction and the Composition 
Revolution.” Journalism Educator 47 (summer 1992): 57-64; Richard Streckfuss, “Good 
Writing Can Be Taught With Critiques and Rewrites,” Journalism Educator 46 (fall 1991): 
64-68; Jerome Zurek, “Research on Writing Process Can Aid Newswriting Teachers,” 
Journalism Educator 41 (spring 1986): 19-23.
 J. David Bolter, Writing Space (Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1990): 143.
 Stewart Brand, Clock Of The Long Now: Time And Responsibility: The Ideas Behind The 
World's Slowest Computer 
(New York: Basic Books, 2000): 37.
 Robin Millar and Jonathan F. Osborne, eds. Beyond 2000: Science education for the future 
(London: King’s College London, 1998). 
 R.P. Clark and D. Fry, Coaching Writers (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1992).

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