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Specific Concerns in Writing Instruction

Creating a strong WI proposal:

Good general sites for Writing Across the Curriculum:

Writing transfer:

Designing syllabi and assignments:

Writing to learn/ informal, ungraded writing:

Revision/ stages of the writing process:

Responding to and grading student writing:

Rubrics:

Structuring peer review:

Argument/ thesis:

Paragraph structure:

Teaching writing with statistics:

Good general sites for Writing Across the Curriculum:

Teaching student writers to build effective tables, charts, and figures:

Writing with numbers/quantitative writing:

Writing introductions:

Writing conclusions:

Team writing:

Citation styles:

Writing with sources/ preventing plagiarism:

Research papers:

Grammar and mechanics:

Common grammar errors:

Style:

Emailing a professor

Gender-sensitive language:

Materials for students:

Student presentations:

ESL resources:

Assessment of writing programs:


Writing in Particular Disciplines

Writing in a variety of disciplinary genres:

Accounting and Finance

Anthropology:

Art History:

Biological sciences:

Business:

Chemistry:

Communication Studies:

Computer Science:

Creative Writing:

Cultural Studies:

Economics:

Education:

Engineering:

English:

Film Studies:

Health and Sports Sciences:

History:

Honors Thesis:

Mathematics:

Music:

Nursing:

Philosophy:

Physical Sciences:

Physics:

Political Science:

Psychology:

Race and Ethnic Studies:

Sociology:

Theater and Dance:

Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies:

/ Contact

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

/ Subcommittee Members

  • Margaret Koehler, Chair
  • Phyllis Lynne Burns, Department of English
  • Sarah Carnes, student representative
  • Joan Esson, Department of Chemistry
  • Carrigan Hayes, Department of Chemistry
  • Regina Kengla, Academic Support Center
  • Robert Kraft, Department of Psychology
  • Kathryn Plank, Center for Teaching and Learning
  • Carrie Scheckelhoff, Department of Education

/ Resources