Vol 4 (2016)

Critical Thinking and Writing in the Age of Globalization

Table of Contents

Guest Editor's Introduction

Teaching in the Global Academy: Challenges and Critiques
Tim Moore

Research Articles

Bridging the Divide: Integrating Composition and Second Language Writing Approaches to Transfer
Mary McCall
Effects of Planning and Language on Constructing Patterns of Meaning
Esther Breuer
Cultural Intelligence's Impact on Cross-Cultural Problem-Solving Performance
Robert Engle, Andrew Delohery

Reports from the Field

A Cross-Cultural Collaboration Between U.S. and Kazakhstani Students
Sarah Summers, Brett Craig
Utilizing Critical Writing Exercises to Foster Critical Thinking Skills in First-Year Undergraduate Students and Prepare Them for Life Outside University
Sandra Abegglen, Tom Burns, Sandra Sinfield

Book Reviews

The Essence of Jargon: Argot and the Dangerous Classes by Alice Becker-Ho
Adam Katz

Notes

Training International Teaching Assistants Through a Writing Across the Curriculum Course
Paul AJ Beehler
Abandoning the Rhetoric of Assertion: An Anglo Model Alternative?
Alex Baratta