Monthly Archives: April 2016

Rethinking the Introduction

Rethinking the Introduction

Shared by Sarah Alexander Tsai

This activity, which works as an in-class writing challenge or as a regular assignment, aims to help students distinguish between genuine revision and light word-shuffling. In many cases, it’s also an exercise in using instructor feedback to revise.

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One-paragraph revision

One-paragraph revision

Shared by Elizabeth Baldridge

This activity is a follow-up to paper feedback, designed to ensure students understand instructor commentary and to encourage further revision.

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