Project: Writing Across the Curriculum

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Writing Across the Curriculum
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A Writing Intensive (W) course is a class taught by a faculty member in his or her own discipline in which writing is considered a central mode of learning and evaluating student performance.

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Welcome to Writing Across the Curriculum

Writing-Intensive (W) Courses: Overview A Writing-Intensive (W) course is a class taught by a […] See MoreWelcome to Writing Across the Curriculum

Designing Writing Assignments That Work

Designing an effective writing assignment can be an important skill because an effective […] See MoreDesigning Writing Assignments That Work

Managing the Grading Load

One of the major requirements of W courses is that instructors provide feedback on students’ w […] See MoreManaging the Grading Load

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Comment on: Best Practice for Revision

[…] Peer review (in class or for homework) – See Best Practice for Revision for strategies. […] See MoreComment on: Best Practice for Revision

Comment on: Writing as a Process

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Comment on: Responding to Student Writing & Grading Writing

What I like to do is have one-on-one conferences to discuss drafts in lieu of the students […] See MoreComment on: Responding to Student Writing & Grading Writing

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