This course aims to help students to become theoretically informed and well-practiced teachers of writing. During that process, students learn about writing, teaching, community service, cultural differences, and literacy practice.
WN 2015 | WN 2014
This advanced writing course for graduate students is designed as a review of the basics of clear academic writing and an introduction to the demands of writing in graduate school. Topics include argumentation; drafting and revising; grammar and mechanics; audience and tone; and incorporating sources and quotations. Students will receive extensive feedback on their writing from the instructor and their peers. This course is not designed to provide intensive language study for nonnative speakers of English.
This course is a hands-on workshop for Graduate Student Instructors (GSIs) teaching and grading Upper-Level Writing Requirement. This course is mandatory for GSIs working in these courses but may be elected with permission by other GSIs interested in the course. Topics include Upper-Level Writing Requirement course standards, writing assignment design, English as a Second Language, responding to student writing, and conferencing with students.
FA 2015 | WN 2015 | FA 2014 | WN 2014 | FA 2013
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