Topics and materials from our past Coffee Klatches are included below. If you have questions or want more information about any of these topics, please contact the Writing Program. We’d love to hear from you!
The Writing Program uses the following learning outcomes to guide our teaching and to assess student progress.
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- The Writing Program Instructor’s Guide offers an overview of writing program philosophies, concepts, policies and other important information. This table of contents page will allow you to download specific sections of the Guide:
- The ENG145 Instructor’s Compendium is a collection of resources for instructors teaching ENG 145 & ENG 145.13) 2011 Compendium
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Using Genre Studies to Develop Alternative Teaching Genres
This document began as a talk at the Genre 2012 Conference, which took place at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario. This version of the talk argues that it’s critical for instructors in our “genre/CHAT” program to do their own “genre investigations” of the basic genres that shape and control classroom activity. Download Teachers Rethinking Teaching Genres