CHAPTER FROM A GUIDE TO COMPOSITION PEDAGOGIES
- A Stranger in Strange Lands: A College Student Writing Across the Curriculum
- Black Spaces: Examining the Writing Major at the Urban HBCU
- Feedback and Revision in Writing Across the Curriculum Classes
- Revitalizing Writing Across the Curriculum: Writing in the Sciences
- Using Log Assignments to Foster Learning: Revisiting Writing Across the Curriculum
- Only One of the Voices: Dialogic Writing across the Curriculum
- Writing across the Curriculum and the Communications Movement: Some Lessons from the Past
- Writing across the Curriculum in Historical Perspective: Toward a Social Interpretation
- Writing Utopias: Writing across the Curriculum and the Promise of Reform
Consider using the 5 questions for writing to evaluate your research sources.
WHAT is this information about? What is the message?
WHO wrote this information? Can you verify who the author is?
WHERE did this information come from? Where is the information available?
WHEN was it written? What is the date?
WHY was it written? What is the purpose or the point?
HOW can I use this information? Is this useful to your project or assignment?
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