Welcome to the Advanced Writing website. Use this site to find syllabi, assignments, policies, and resources for teaching UMass Dartmouth's ENL 200-level writing courses.
On the top menu bar, you will find links to each of the department's 200-level writing courses. The homepage is a blogroll about teaching writing. Use the "Categories" below to access the blogroll by course.
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Spontaneous, off-the-cuff speaking can be tricky, but it’s easier when you don’t try to memorize a script. Here’s how to prepare instead. Source: The Only Three Notes You Need To Write Before Speaking Off-Script
Click here to learn more about the 3-2-1, a great strategy for homework or class discussions: http://www.theteachertoolkit.com/index.php/tool/3-2-1
Useful usability by W Craig Tomlin Source: Useful Usability
Genre Across Borders (GXB) | an international, interdisciplinary network of researchers, theories, and resources
Genre is a idea that crosses disciplinary, national, methodological, conceptual, and pedagogical borders. The purpose of Genre across Borders (GXB) is to advance genre theory and research by helping scholars and students cross these borders. The site combines two primary … Continue reading
Whether you already do student-led conferences or are interested in making a shift, this list includes a variety of go-to examples, guides, tips, and forms to help launch or improve these meetings. Source: Student-Led Conferences: Resources for Educators | Edutopia
Because PBL is about more than learning content, PBL teachers should investigate and experiment with multi-model strategies for assessing their students’ learning skills. Source: Evaluating Project-Based Learning | Edutopia
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Reading becomes easier with experience, but it is up to each scientist to identify the techniques that work best for them. Source: How to (seriously) read a scientific paper | Science | AAAS
Here they are: 15 formats for structuring a class discussion to make it more engaging, more organized, more equitable, and more academically challenging. Continue Reading → Source: The Big List of Class Discussion Strategies | Cult of Pedagogy