TeacherLingo.com - Worksheets, lesson plans and many more teaching resources. How do blogs help EFL students become academic writers through collaborative dialogues. Yu-Chih Sun, Yu-jung Chang (2012) Blogging To Learn: Becoming EFL Academic Writers Through Collaborative Dialogues, Language Learning & Technology, February 2012, Volume 16, Number 1.
Eastern Michigan University. Beginning this summer, the prefix for classes in written communication is changing from ENGL to WRTG.
Click here for more information. In a multimedia age, we still value clear and persuasive sentences, paragraphs and essays. But writing today is about more than words in a row on a sheet of paper. Written Communication includes images, audio, and video, and with still emerging forms of writing on the internet, the study of writing today has never been more important. English 444: Writing for the World Wide Web. An undergraduate course in written communications at EMU. English 328: Writing, Style, & Technology - Steven D. Krause. English 516: Computers and Writing, Theory and Practice - Prof. Steven D. Krause. English 621 at Eastern Michigan University. Collaborative Writing Project.
Bedford Bits: Ideas for Teaching Composition » About LORE. An E-Journal for Teachers of Writing Welcome to LORE, an e-journal for adjuncts and graduate students who teach writing at colleges and universities.
This journal is designed to provide a forum for sharing knowledge, building communities, and voicing concerns about what happens in the classroom. LORE is a site for exploring and discussing experimental pedagogies and for engaging in lively, personal reflections about professional matters that inspire and irritate. It is also a place in which instructors may air grievances about how the academy relies upon yet undervalues their expertise. LORE is edited by assistant professors, adjuncts, and graduate students who have been teaching composition for a number of years and who care about composition as both a philosophical discipline and a lived experience. BAWE (British Academic Written English) and BAWE Plus Collections.
Overview of BAWE The British Academic Written English (BAWE) corpus was created through a project entitled 'An investigation of genres of assessed writing in British Higher Education' from 2004 – 2007.
The Campus Writing Program. Graphic Organizers. 501 Writing Prompts. 50 Tools that can Increase your Writing Skills - by Dumb Little. Copywriting 101: An Introduction to Effective Copy. Forum Wissenschaftliches Schreiben, Rolf Murbach. Association for Academic Language and Learning. Zeitschrift Schreiben - Home. Journal of Academic Language and Learning. The Journal of Academic Language and Learning (JALL) is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal which is devoted to the interests of educators who provide academic language and learning development to students and staff in tertiary education settings.
More information about the focus and scope of the journal and how to make a submission can be found under ABOUT. Registering with the journal Prospective authors and reviewers must first register with the journal by clicking on REGISTER at the top of the page and filling in the registration form. Be prepared to provide a username and password. In the reviewing interests field, just list interests one after the other separated by semi-colons. Making a submission Please prepare manuscripts using the template which can be found here. Then, once registered, just log in to the Journal, click on "Author" and follow the prompts.
Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education. Journal of Writing Research - JoWR. An International Quarterly Journal on Second and Foreign Language Writing Research. Journal of Academic Writing. Wissenschaftlich schreiben: lehren ... - Google B cher. Landmark essays on writing centers - Google B cher. 2tor, Inc. TechUniversity: Mac Video Tutorials & Screencasts. Writing doesn’t have to hurt. As a longtime writer who finds the process excruciating much of the time, I’m always on the lookout for ways to make writing less of a battle.
(So far, I’m finding blogging to be more engaging and less painful than writing for others for pay, but I still need strategies to manage longstanding habits of anxiety around writing.) So it’s encouraging to come across the work of Robert Boice,* a professor emeritus of psychology at Stony Brook University. In How Writers Journey to Comfort and Fluency, Boice claims that good writing doesn’t have to hurt—that, in fact, “mild happiness” is the most productive state for writing and for the problem-solving that goes with it. I believe his approach could work for other creative endeavors too. Many writers, including me, are quick to seize on the pain of writing as a badge of honor, a sign that you’re serious and thoughtful about your work. Don’t go on a bender. CompFAQs / Home browse. EATAW - European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing. EARLI - Home. SIG Writing Homepage. Prowitec - Home. EWCA. International Reading Association (IRA)
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“Whereas Wikipedia is extraordinarily convenient and, for some general purposes, extremely useful, it nonetheless suffers inevitably from inaccuracies deriving in large measure from its unique manner of compilation. Therefore be it resolved that students in all history classes be informed early in each term through additions to syllabi and to senior thesis instructions that: 1) Students are responsible for the accuracy of information they provide, and they cannot point to Wikipedia or any similar source that may appear in the future to escape the consequences of errors. 2) Wikipedia is not an acceptable citation, even though it may lead one to a citable source.” (4) Der Entscheid löste einiges an Reaktionen aus.
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