Difference between revisions of "FASW C1"

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=== To help students "use writing as a way of learning the content of the course":  ===
 
=== To help students "use writing as a way of learning the content of the course":  ===
  
*Consider using low-stakes writing activities. These activities are worth 0% to 5% of the course grade, can be completed quickly, and require little instructor or TA feedback.
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*Consider using low-stakes writing activities. These activities are worth 0% to 5% of the course grade, can be completed quickly, and require little instructor or TA feedback.  
 
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=== To help students "write in the forms and for the purposes that are typical of the disciplines and/or professions":\ ===
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*Identify the forms and purposes of your disciplines. What are the components? E.g. purpose, audience, form, voice.
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*Resources:
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*Create high-stakes writing activities in which students' products are discipline-specific.

Revision as of 21:24, 30 October 2008

W Criterion #1:

Students have opportunities to use writing as a way of learning the content of the course and are taught to write in the forms and for the purposes that are typical of the disciplines and/or professions, in ways that are clearly distinguished from remedial and foundational skills courses.


How can I meet this criterion?

To help students "use writing as a way of learning the content of the course":

  • Consider using low-stakes writing activities. These activities are worth 0% to 5% of the course grade, can be completed quickly, and require little instructor or TA feedback.
  • Resources:



To help students "write in the forms and for the purposes that are typical of the disciplines and/or professions":\

  • Identify the forms and purposes of your disciplines. What are the components? E.g. purpose, audience, form, voice.
  • Resources:
  • Create high-stakes writing activities in which students' products are discipline-specific.