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  • Introduction: Teaching Resources for E238
    Curbing Plagiarism Additional Teaching Course Design Resources Guide Contributors Authors Contributors Introduction Teaching Resources for E238 Because we offer so many sections of E238 20th Century Fiction this course is now the most common literature course that our instructors teach To help share resources we have compiled the following collection of teaching materials and advice We hope that the materials will help new teachers of E238 design an exciting and engaging syllabus as well as help experienced teachers of the course discover new texts and approaches As you create and refine your version of E238 please consider sharing your insights through contributions to this resource We have divided the materials into five general categories as indicated by the links below Please note that the course nomination for inclusion in the state core of guaranteed transfer courses includes the most detailed explanation of course goals and content You will find that nomination included in the Overview E238 Course Goals and Content section of this guide Sample syllabi that work out these goals also appear under this link As always if you have questions please contact the chair of the Literature Committee or the Undergraduate Coordinator Overview E238 Course Goals and Content

    Original URL path: http://writing.colostate.edu/guides/teaching/e238/ (2015-10-15)
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  • Teaching Guide: CO130 manual
    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 Teaching Guide CO130 manual The first link below provides a description of the course as a whole as well as the goals for each of the major units Writing assignments are described within each unit in the course overview but assignment sheets

    Original URL path: http://writing.colostate.edu/guides/teaching/co130man/ (2015-10-15)
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  • Teaching Guide: COCC300
    Mid course group and supplemental evaluations More detailed explanation of Rogerian argument and Toulmin analysis Policy statements and syllabi Portfolio explanations checklists and postscripts Presenting evidence and organizing arguments counter arguments Research and documentation Revision Writing assignment sheets Assignments for portfolio 1 Assignments for portfolio 2 Assignments for portfolio 3 Workshopping and workshop sheets On workshopping generally Workshop sheets for portfolio 1 Workshop sheets for portfolio 2 Workshop sheets for portfolio 3 Workshop sheets for general purposes Sample materials grouped by instructor Print Friendly Page Authors Contributors Teaching Guide COCC300 COCC300 Writing Arguments focuses on having students critically read and write a variety of arguments both for academic and nonacademic audiences In the materials collected here we lay out key features of the course that make it a part of the All University Core Curriculum AUCC In addition you will find a collection of various materials developed by teachers for their individual sections of COCC300 The course continues to evolve in response to students needs so these materials represent approaches taken over the last several years If you need to see how a specific teacher pulls together all the pieces that appear in different parts of our resource list below

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  • Teaching Guide: Teaching Resources for CO301A
    Detail Methods of Evaluation Course Overview Thomas Policy Statement Coan Policy Statement Myers Policy Statement Thomas Syllabi Sample Weekly Outline Syllabus Coan Syllabus Thomas Portfolios Portfolio Overview Thomas Portfolio Process Requirements Thomas Portfolio Explanation Harper Portfolio Grading Holtcamp Portfolios Promises Problems Practices Kiefer Traditional And Or Portfolio Grading Gogela Defining the Humanities Collaborative Activity Myers Humanities Defined Myers Text Analysis Text Analysis Assignments Text Analysis Activities Individual Topics Individual Topic Assignments Individual Topic Activities Reflective Writing Print Friendly Page Authors Contributors Teaching Guide Teaching Resources for CO301A As you ll see in the course descriptions and sample syllabi linked below we recommend focusing the course on analysis of current contexts where writing about the humanities for non academic audiences appears and writing texts designed for these contexts Some of the materials collected here repeat in the online resources listed under CO301 But many of the resources here include variations on assignments class activities and readings developed by teachers in the thick of CO301A Assignment sheets daily activities workshop sheets and sample papers are all clustered under the assignment types Please contribute your variations and additions to this compendium Course Overview and Policy Statements Syllabi Portfolios Defining the Humanities Text Analysis

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  • Teaching Guide: Teaching Resources for CO301B
    Modes Core Detail Course Objectives Core Detail Weekly Schedule Core Detail Methods of Evaluation Policy Statement Kiefer Policy Statement Rilling Syllabi Sample Weekly Outline Syllabus Kiefer Syllabus Rilling Portfolios Portfolio Overview Kiefer Portfolio Explanation Harper Portfolio Grading Holtcamp Portfolios Promises Problems Practices Kiefer Traditional And Or Portfolio Grading Gogela Text Analysis Text Analysis Assignments Text Analysis Activities Individual Topics Individual Topic Assignments Individual Topic Activities Reflective Writing Print Friendly Page Authors Contributors Teaching Guide Teaching Resources for CO301B As you ll see in the course descriptions and sample syllabi we recommend focusing the course on analysis of current contexts where writing about the sciences for non technical academic and general audiences appears and writing texts designed for these contexts Some of the materials collected here repeat in the online resources listed under CO301 But many of the resources here include variations on assignments class activities and readings developed by teachers as they ve taught CO301B Assignment sheets daily activities workshop sheets and sample papers are all clustered under the assignment types Please contribute your variations and additions to this compendium Course Overview and Policy Statements Syllabi Portfolios Text Analysis Individual Topics Reflective Writing Tweet HELP SITE INDEX ABOUT THIS SITE

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  • Teaching Guide: Introduction to Teaching in the Computer Classroom
    computers offers some unique opportunities and a few challenges The better informed you are about computer assisted instruction CAI the more confident you will be in your decision to make the transition from the traditional classroom to the computer environment To learn more about what you things you should consider and can expect if you make that decision click on any of the items below Frequently Asked Questions I Wish

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  • Teaching Guide: Leading Class Discussions
    Understanding Avoid Yes No Students Own Words Students Reflect Using Quizzes Sample Discussion Plan Goal One Transition Goal Two Goal Three Print Friendly Page Authors Contributors Teaching Guide Leading Class Discussions Although our focus is mainly on writing discussions provide opportunities for students to think critically about the topics on which they will be writing Discussions also provide grounds for instructors to check students understanding on course concepts assignments and

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  • Guide: Maintaining Your Focus
    Focus is Too Broad Focus is Too Narrow So What Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Writing CSU Guide Maintaining Your Focus T o focus your writing you ll need to know how to narrow your focus so you don t overwhelm your readers with unnecessary information Knowing who your readers are and why you are writing will help you stay focused Continue Tweet HELP SITE INDEX

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