In W and C course writing and public speaking skills are used to enhance learning in the disciplines, including learning how members of the discipline communicate.
Planning the writing or speaking components of a W/C course requires begining with learning outcomes and building up a series of writing/speaking assignments that will achieve them rather than interfere with them.
This section covers:
Best Practices for W & C Courses
Learning Outcomes for W & C Courses
W or C Course Syllabus Design
Managing Enrollment in W & C Courses
Creating Assignments in W & C Courses, with futher details on Case Studies, Collaborative Writing & Speaking Assignments, Scaffolded Assignments, and Low-Stakes Assignments such as Journals or Mini Essays.
Media positions open for Fall 2017
Applications now being taken for grads & undergrads to work as consultants.
Events for grad students begin Feb. 6th
Writers invited to Tuesday events in Evans
Undergraduate writing program accepting applications until Oct. 30th