How does one nurture a student’s alacrity while fostering unity among less gregarious participants?
Comprehension, Concept Foration, and Written Expression: Strategies and Challenges for Teaching College Writing to Students with Learning Disabilities
This article profiles a group of college students with learning disabilities, outlines strategies used to help those students in their 100-level expository-writing class, and illustrates persistent writing problems with three student writing samples.
Using Multiple Intelligences to Create Better (Teachers of) Writers: A Guide to MI Theory for the Composition Teacher
This essay demonstrates how the concept of multiple intelligences can be applied to college composition.
INSTRUCTIONAL NOTE: Engaging with Shakespeare through Translation
Kathryn L. Kleypas
The act of translating Shakespearean text into contemporary language encourages student interest in further study of the text.
The Rose from Burma - Poem
Gregory J. Palmerino
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What's So Funny about Stephen Toulmin? Using Cartoons to Teach the Toulmin Analysis
Beth L. Brunk-Chavez
With the Toulmin analysis, determining an argument’s warrants can be especially tricky and frustrating for students. Using cartoons is an effective strategy for teaching the importance of warrants in a way that students can easily understand and enjoy.
INSTRUCTIONAL NOTE: The Art of Paraphrase
A sequence of six in-class exercises will prepare students to write more effective paraphrases in their research-based papers.
Navigating Hegemonies and Critically Examining "The Melting Pot" in the Basic Writing Classroom
Tonya M. Scott
Using diverse texts to critically examine America’s melting pot ideal supports basic writing students’ successful matriculation through rhetorically and socially challenging locations.
Fox in Changing Light - Poem
Gretel Young Hickman
WHAT WORKS FOR ME
REVIEW: What We Really Value: Beyond Rubrics in Teaching and Assesing Writing
REVIEWS: (Re)Articulating Writing Assessment for Teaching and Learning
REVIEW: Literacy: A Critical Sourcebook
Jennifer J. Swartout
REVIEWS: Reading Critically, Writing Well: A Reader and Guide
REVIEW: Reading Rhetorically
REVIEWS: Writing Inventions: Identities, Technologies, Pedagogies
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