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  • Summarizing and Responding to Texts
    an Account Home Writing Collections Summarizing and Responding to Texts Summarizing and Responding to Texts A collection of resources guides practice and activities to help you summarize and respond to texts Responding to Texts Writing Summary Tweet HELP SITE INDEX ABOUT THIS SITE CONTACT Writing CSU is an open access educational Web site supported by Colorado State University Content on this site is Copyright 1993 2015 Colorado State University and

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  • Guide: Survey Research
    Results Commentary on Survey Research Annotated Bibliography Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Writing CSU Guide Survey Research S urveys represent one of the most common types of quantitative social science research In survey research the researcher selects a sample of respondents from a population and administers a standardized questionnaire to them The questionnaire or survey can be a written document that is completed by the person being surveyed an online questionnaire a face to face interview or a telephone interview Using surveys it is possible to collect data from large or small populations sometimes referred to as the universe of a study Different types of surveys are actually composed of several research techniques developed by a variety of disciplines For instance interview began as a tool primarily for psychologists and anthropologists while sampling got its start in the field of agricultural economics Angus and Katona 1953 p 15 Survey research does not belong to any one field and it can be employed by almost any discipline According to Angus and Katona It is this capacity for wide application and broad coverage which gives the survey technique its great usefulness p 16 Continue Tweet HELP SITE INDEX

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  • Guide: Taking Notes
    Taking Notes N ote taking is an integral skill for learning college material and for writing effective papers and essay exams Click on the links below for tips about note taking in both lectures and classroom discussions and for moving from your notes to other kinds of writing Please note however that some lectures and some learning styles don t lend themselves well to linear note taking If you find

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  • Teaching Guide: Detail and Development
    Development Suggested Sequence Exercises Suggested Readings Techniques for Writing about Observations Authors on Observing The Writing Process Additional Resources Print Friendly Page Authors Contributors Teaching Guide Detail and Development Choose any item below to learn more about Detail and Development Definition of Detail and Development Suggested Sequence Exercises Suggested Readings Additional Resources Tweet HELP SITE INDEX ABOUT THIS SITE CONTACT Writing CSU is an open access educational Web site supported

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  • Teaching Guide: Teaching Resources for ECC140
    the official description of the course including its requirements as a state and university core course sample syllabi sample exams paper assignments and so on Please be sure to review the core description and requirements because ECC140 fulfills statewide transfer guidelines we must ensure that each section of ECC140 meets these curricular guidelines We also invite you to submit your syllabus and assignments as well as any other teaching tips

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  • Teaching Guide: Teaching Rhetorical Terminology
    Print Friendly Page Authors Contributors Teaching Guide Teaching Rhetorical Terminology Composition students at Colorado State University generated responses to the question What characterizes good writing The following information presents their responses and incorporates some of their language To read these responses choose any of the items below Focus Coherence Audience Development Style Mechanics Organization Purpose Prioritizing Criteria Exercises Additional Resources Tweet HELP SITE INDEX ABOUT THIS SITE CONTACT Writing CSU

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  • Teaching Guide: Teaching Strategies for Students with Learning Disabilities
    Students with Learning Disabilities There are things that you as a writing teacher can do so that you do not end up on these frustrated and misunderstood students long lists of impatient instructors There are ways you can help students compensate for learning differences and there are strategies you can teach them that will help them become more effective readers and writers Introduction Guide Focus What are Learning Disabilities Role

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  • Teaching Guide: Teaching Writing in First-Year Seminars
    Grades Writing Center Support Sample Materials Print Friendly Page Authors Contributors Teaching Guide Teaching Writing in First Year Seminars As you anticipate teaching a first year seminar or any other course in which writing plays a significant role how do you approach teaching writing Do you remember your experience as a student writer sweating over assignments staying up all night wondering what your instructors wanted and never quite determining the point Perhaps you are fortunate enough to remember positive writing experiences and you might even look forward to teaching writing in your own classes but you wonder how to teach something that is apparently an inherent talent If you ve had an opportunity to assign writing in previous courses you might be frustrated with the work you ve received and you may have resigned yourself to more of the same This tutorial is designed to help you and your students enjoy the benefits of writing instruction and to feel more positive about the writing students produce The tutorial promotes a definition of academic writing that involves both instructor and students in a process that begins with formulation of course goals and preparation of related assignments and continues far beyond the

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