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  • Additional Teaching and Course Design Resources
    Daily Syllabi Lesson Plans Reading Selection Recommendations Assignments Essays Response Papers and Discussion Forums Exams Presentations Quizzes Discusssion Group WTL Questions Variations Misc Curbing Plagiarism Additional Teaching Course Design Resources Guide Contributors Authors Contributors Additional Teaching and Course Design Resources Print Resources Bean John C Engaging Ideas The Professor s Guide to Integrating Writing Critical Thinking and Active Learning in the Classroom San Francisco Jossey Bass Publishing 1996 Davis Barbara Gross Tools for Teaching San Francisco Jossey Bass Publishing 1993 Lieberg Carol Teaching Your First College Class Sterling Virginia Stylus Publishing 2008 Olsen Carol Booth The Reading Writing Connection Strategies for Teaching and Learning in the Secondary Classroom Boston Pearson Education 2007 Showalter Elaine Teaching Literature Oxford Blackwell Publishing 2003 Yancey Kathleen Blake Teaching Literature as Reflective Practice Urbana Il The National Council of Teachers of English 2004 Online Resources Purdue University Web Resources for Teaching Literature at the College Level WikiHow How to Teach Literature to College Students eHow How to Teach a Multicultural Literature Class Orientation to College Teaching Syllabus Organize Your Teaching Brigham Young University Center for Teaching and Learning Syllabus Design TeachPhilosophy101 Creating a Syllabus University of Delaware Links to Syllabus Design Resources Tweet HELP SITE

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  • Contributors to this Guide
    Response Papers and Discussion Forums Exams Presentations Quizzes Discusssion Group WTL Questions Variations Misc Curbing Plagiarism Additional Teaching Course Design Resources Guide Contributors Authors Contributors Contributors to this Guide Our thanks to all instructors who shared materials David Bowen Tom Conway Jen Lamb Judith Lane Todd Mitchell Marty Moran Tiffany Myers Amber Paulson Hofseth Jeremy Proctor Molly Reid Special thanks to those who compiled the resources Tom Conway Marty Moran

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  • Course Overview
    Writing Assignments Unit 1 Portfolio 1 Unit 2 Discourse Analysis Unit 2 Source Evaluation Unit 2 Position Paper Unit 3 Teaching Materials Detailed Syllabi Worksheets Workshops Daily Prompts Supplemental Readings Portfolio Considerations Print Friendly Page Course Overview To get a sense of the course overall click on the links below Rationale for the Course Goals for the Course Portfolios Overview Unit 1 Personal and Academic Writing Unit 2 Using Sources

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  • Rationale
    Teaching Materials Detailed Syllabi Worksheets Workshops Daily Prompts Supplemental Readings Portfolio Considerations Print Friendly Page Rationale Academic Writing CO130 is designed for those students who need two semesters CO130 and CO150 to practice the skills currently covered and to some degree assumed in CO150 This class introduces less prepared students to many of the writing strategies and principles that the current CO150 covers but at a slower pace The two

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  • Portfolios - Overview
    Position Paper Unit 3 Teaching Materials Detailed Syllabi Worksheets Workshops Daily Prompts Supplemental Readings Portfolio Considerations Print Friendly Page Portfolios Overview The syllabus calls for students to complete two portfolios of finished work along with informal writing done during the semester To complete the portfolios students will practice narrative writing summary personal response library research source evaluation and responding to sources From their informal writing students will choose those pieces

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  • Unit 1: Personal and Academic Writing
    Unit 2 Position Paper Unit 3 Teaching Materials Detailed Syllabi Worksheets Workshops Daily Prompts Supplemental Readings Portfolio Considerations Print Friendly Page Unit 1 Personal and Academic Writing In Unit 1 students first make the transition from writing for themselves to writing with others in mind by exploring their own experience in a narrative essay reading and writing informal summaries of other authors writings about a similar experience and then connecting

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  • Unit 2: Using Sources
    1 Portfolio 1 Unit 2 Discourse Analysis Unit 2 Source Evaluation Unit 2 Position Paper Unit 3 Teaching Materials Detailed Syllabi Worksheets Workshops Daily Prompts Supplemental Readings Portfolio Considerations Print Friendly Page Unit 2 Using Sources In Unit 2 students will extend their exploration of the class topic and of academic writing by examining the resources available through library research and exploring how those resources can help students develop and

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  • Unit 3: Reflecting on Writing
    1 Portfolio 1 Unit 2 Discourse Analysis Unit 2 Source Evaluation Unit 2 Position Paper Unit 3 Teaching Materials Detailed Syllabi Worksheets Workshops Daily Prompts Supplemental Readings Portfolio Considerations Print Friendly Page Unit 3 Reflecting on Writing In Unit 3 students will apply the analytical skills they have developed in the previous two units to their own writing by re evaluating a previously completed class essay of their choice and

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