Chemistry Writing Resources
Bailey, R. A., & Geisler, C. (1991). An approach to improving communication skills in a laboratory setting. Journal of Chemical Education, 68, 150- 152.
Beall, H. (1991). In- class writing in general chemistry. Journal of Chemical Education, 68, 148- 149.
Bunting, Roger K. (1999). Precise writing for a precise science. Journal of Chemical Education, 6 (10): 1407-1408.
Cochran, J. C. (1982). A novel exam format for advanced courses. Journal of Chemical Education, 59, 217.
Kovac, Jeffrey and Donna W. Sherwood (1999). Writing in chemistry: An effective learning tool. Journal of Chemical Education, 6, 1399-1403.
Labianca, D. A., & Reeves, W. J. (1985). Writing across the curriculum: The science segment. Journal of Chemical Education, 62, 400- 402.
Meese, G. (1987). Focused learning in chemistry research: Suzanne's journal. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 337- 347). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Miller, Audrey. Writing reaction mechanisms in organic chemistry. San Diego, CA: Academic Press, Inc. 1992.
Powell, A. (1985). A chemist's view of writing, reading, and thinking across the curriculum. College Composition and Communication, 36, 414- 418.
Rosenthal, L. C. (1987). Writing across the curriculum: Chemistry lab reports. Journal of Chemical Education, 64, 996- 998.
Rymer, J. (1988). Scientific composing processes: How eminent scientists write journal articles. In D. A. Jollife (Ed.), Writing in academic disciplines: Advances in writing research. Vol. 2. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.
Schoenfeld, Robert (1992). The Chemist's English. 2nd ed. Germany: VCH.
Shires, N. P. (1991). Teaching writing in college chemistry: A practical bibliography 1980- 1990. Journal of Chemical Education, 68, 494- 495.
Strauss, M. J., & Fulwiler, T. (1987). Interactive writing and learning chemistry. Journal of College Science Teaching, 16, 256- 262.
Thall, E., & Bays, G. (1989). Utilizing ungraded writing in the chemistry classroom. Journal of Chemical Education, 66, 662- 663.
Van Orden, N. (1987). Critical-thinking writing assignments in general chemistry. Journal of Chemical Education, 64, 506- 507.
Van Orden, N. (1988). Write an autobiography of an element. Journal of Chemical Education, 65, 995.
White, Mary Ann (1999). Statement of learning philosophy: Chrystallizing student goals and opening lines of communication. Journal of Chemical Education 76 (10): 1325-1326.