Dynamic Activities for First-Year Composition: 96 Ways to Immerse, Inspire, and Captivate Students
Editors Michal Reznizki and David T. Coad have assembled a collection of tried-and-proven teaching activities to help both novice and experienced teachers plan, prepare, and implement writing instruction in college.
Transfer in an Urban Writing Ecology: Reimagining Community College–University Relations in Composition Studies
Teachers Talking Writing: Perspectives on Places, Pedagogies, and Programs
In Teachers Talking Writing, Shane A. Wood offers a collection of conversations about the theory and teaching of writing in postsecondary contexts. CCCC Studies in Writing & Rhetoric (SWR) Series; copublished with the WAC Clearinghouse
Materiality and Writing Studies: Aligning Labor, Scholarship, and Teaching
Hassel and Phillips take an expansive look at the discipline of writing studies, arguing for the centering of the field’s research and service on first-year writing, particularly the “new majority” of college students (who are more diverse than ever before) and those who teach them. CCCC Studies in Writing & Rhetoric (SWR) series
Growing Writers: Principles for High School Writers and Their Teachers
What Works in Writing Instruction: Research and Practice, Second Edition
Using teacher-friendly language and classroom examples, Deborah Dean looks closely at instructional practices supported by a broad range of research and weaves them together into accessible recommendations that can inspire teachers to find what works for their own classrooms and students.
Writing Can Change Everything: Middle Level Kids Writing Themselves into the World
Writing Instruction in the Culturally Relevant Classroom
This book offers specific ideas for how to teach writing in a culturally relevant way. Drawing on research-based understandings from NCTE Beliefs about the Teaching of Writing, Winn and Johnson demonstrate how these principles support an approach that can help all students succeed.
Strategic Writing: The Writing Process and Beyond in the Secondary English Classroom, Second Edition
For this revised edition, Dean worked with high school teachers to refine, reorganize, and update the material to better support classroom teachers dedicated to teaching not just the process of writing but also the strategies that help students learn to write effectively throughout their lives.
This is a print version of the book. A PDF ebook version is also available.
Continuing the Journey 2: Becoming a Better Teacher of Authentic Writing
The second volume in the Continuing the Journey series focuses on authentic writing instruction for the high school classroom. Ken Lindblom and Leila Christenbury draw on what research has taught them about writing—concepts deeply rooted in personal identity and real-world experience—and why we must teach writing accurately, effectively, and fearlessly.
Speak for Yourself: Writing with Voice
Susanne Rubenstein shows how to focus on voice in the teaching of writing to help students take ownership of their work, enjoy what they’re writing, and produce writing that shows depth of thought and originality of expression.
Writing Together: Ten Weeks Teaching and Studenting in an Online Writing Course
This book narrates the experience of an asynchronous OWC through the dual perspective of the teacher, Scott Warnock, and a student, Diana Gasiewski, who participated in that OWC. Both teacher and student describe their strategies, activities, approaches, thoughts, and responses as they move week by week through the experience of teaching and taking an OWC.
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