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.
Corey Hamilton presents his version of an assignment on creating and delivering arguments through videos.
Composition Program Lecturer Karen Springsteen presents case studies of two students and suggests tailored pedagogical strategies to support their success.
Sean Renkert, at PhD student in the English Department, discusses his approach to workshops in his Basic Composition class.
Jared Grogan discusses the role of composition classes in making students aware of power and participation in institutional settings, such as the university.
In this post, Mentoring Committee Chair Adrienne Jankens discusses how to teach students effective strategies for writing high quality research questions.