In Part 2 of this post, Clay Walker responds to the scholarship on sentence-level pedagogy and discusses his own teaching practices. (In Part 1, he discussed scholarship on sentence-level pedagogy. )
In Part 1 of this post, Clay Walker discusses scholarship on sentence-level pedagogy. In Part 2 of this post, Walker responds to the scholarship and discusses his own teaching practices.
Several members of Wayne State’s Rhetoric and Composition Program will present at the Council of Writing Program Administrators’ Conference later this week in Knoxville, TN. If you’ll be at the conference, please come join us for a session or two! Our presenters will discuss a variety of interesting topics, as you can see from the
Please join us at 3 PM tomorrow (Wednesday 04/12) in room #10302 for our tenth and final workshop of Winter 2017: “Information Literacy: Beyond the Research Paper.” A description of this workshop provided by facilitators Ruth Boeder and Tori Reeder: This workshop will discuss not just research skills specifically but information literacy generally. What
The WRT (Writing, Research, Technology) Zone will hold a workshop on writing personal statements for graduate school applications on Monday, April 10, from 10 am–12 pm. The WRT Zone is located on the second floor of the Undergraduate Library. More information can be found in the flyer below or at the WRT Zone’s website.