Words of Wisdom
Cram your head with characters and stories. Abuse your library privileges. Never stop looking at the world, and never stop reading to find out what sense other people have made of it. If people give you a hard time and tell you to get your nose out of a book, tell them you're working. Tell them it's research. Tell them to pipe down and leave you alone.
Three sections of this site will help you teach writing and public speaking:
All three have useful information for any type of course that includes writing or public speaking, The Instruction section includes posts devoted specifically to instructing graduate-level writers.
We support writing instruction through our discussion list, which you can join by contacting us
or emailing directly us at firstname.lastname@example.org
. The list is used mostly to provide information about upcoming events or interesting articles related to teaching writing or speaking.
You may also want to hear Write Away, our faculty podcast series, featuring your colleagues discussing their experiences teaching writing and speaking. Or you might like In A Word, geared to the general public and broadcast on KAMU-FM every Wednesday at 8:30 am.