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Resources for Faculty Teaching Writing Intensive Courses

  1. SPECIFIC CONCERNS IN WRITING INSTRUCTION
    Creating a strong WI proposal: Good general sites for Writing Across the Curriculum: Designing syllabi and assignments: Writing to learn/ informal, ungraded writing: Revision/ stages of the writing process: Responding to and grading student writing: Structuring peer review: Argument/ thesis: Paragraph structure: Writing introductions: Writing conclusions: Citation styles: Writing with sources/ preventing plagiarism: Research papers: Grammar and mechanics: Style: Gender-sensitive language: Writing in a variety of disciplinary genres: Materials for students: Student presentations: ESL resources: Assessment of writing programs:
  2. WRITING IN PARTICULAR DISCIPLINES: Anthropology: Art History: Biological sciences: Business: Chemistry: Communication Studies: Economics: English: Film Studies: History: Mathematics: Music: Nursing: Philosophy: Political Science: Physical Sciences: Psychology: Sociology: Theater and Dance:

/ Contact

Margaret Koehler
Chair of Writing Intensive Advisory Subcommittee
mkoehler@otterbein.edu

/ Subcommittee Members

  • Margaret Koehler, Chair
  • Phyllis Lynne Burns, Department of English
  • Chelsea Craine, student representative
  • Joan Esson, Department of Chemistry
  • Marcus Green, Department of Political Science
  • Regina Kengla, Academic Support Center
  • Robert Kraft, Department of Psychology
  • Audrey Leach, student representative
  • Kathryn Plank, Center for Teaching and Learning
  • Carrie Scheckelhoff, Department of Education

/ Resources