Resources

 

This section provides the citation information and links for the resources that are discussed in all seven of the modules on this site.

Introduction ^

“First Year Writing Requirement.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

Hjortshoj, Keith. Transition to College Writing. New York: Bedford St. Martins: 2001. 10-47. Print.

Inclusive Teaching ^

Brookfield, Stephen D., and Stephen Preskill. Discussion as a Way of Teaching:  Tools and Techniques for Democratic Classrooms (2nd edition).  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 2005. (Available from UM library)

Landis, Kay (Ed.) Start Talking:  A Handbook for Engaging Difficult Dialogues in Higher Education.  Anchorage, AK:  University of Alaska Anchorage and Alaska Pacific University, 2008. Web.

Nash, Robert J., DeMetha LaSha Bradley, & Arthur W. Chickering. How to Talk About Hot Topics on Campus:  From Polarization to Moral Conversation.   San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 2008.  (Available from UM library)

“Responding to Difficult Moments.” CRLT. University of Michigan. Web.

“The Research Basis for Inclusive Teaching.” CRLT. University of Michigan. Web.

Saunders, Shari, and Diana Kardia. “Creating Inclusive College Classrooms.” CRLT. University of Michigan. Web.

Warren, Lee. “Managing Hot Moments in the Classroom.”  Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning. Harvard University. Web.

Moving Students from Course Materials to Inquiry and Argument ^

Booth, Wayne C. et al. “Making Good Arguments: An Overview.” The Craft of Research. 2nd Ed. Chicago: University of Chicago, 2003. 108-118. Print.

“Effective Assignment Sequencing for Scaffolding Learning.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

Glenn, Cheryl and Melissa A. Goldthwaite. “Teaching Invention.” The St. Martin’s Guide to Teaching Writing. 6th ed. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2008. 151–173. Print.

Hedengren, Beth Finch. “Prewriting.” A TA’s Guide to Teaching Writing in All Disciplines. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2004. 24–35. Print.

“How Do I Decide What I Should Argue?” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Integrating Low-Stakes Writing Into Large Classes.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

Lindemann, Erika. “Prewriting Techniques.” A Rhetoric for Writing Teachers. 3rd ed. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995. 105–125. Print.

Rosenwasser, David, and Jill Stephen. “Basic Analytical Strategies.” Writing Analytically. 4th ed. Boston: Thomson/Wadsworth, 2006. 24-61. Print.

“Strategies for Teaching Analysis and Argument.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Twitter Assignments.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

Turning Arguments into Papers ^

Curzan, Anne. “Says Who? Teaching and Questioning the Rules of Grammar.” PMLA 124.3 (2009): 870-879. Print.

“Decent Body Paragraph.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Five Analytical Moves.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

Gottschalk, Katherine and Keith Hjortshoj. “Teaching Writing at the Sentence Level.” The Elements of Teaching Writing: A Resource for  Instructors in All Disciplines. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2004. 84-103. Print.

Graff, Gerald, and Cathy Birkenstein. “Entering the Conversation.” They Say/I Say: The Moves that Matter in Academic Writing. New York: W.W. Norton, 2008. 1-14. Print.

Graff, Gerald, and Cathy Birkenstein. “Connecting the Parts.” They Say/I Say: The Moves that Matter in Academic Writing. New York: W.W. Norton, 2008. 101-114. Print.

Hedengren, Beth Finch. “Drafting.” A TA’s Guide to Teaching Writing in All Disciplines. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2004. 36–47. Print.

“How Can I Create Stronger Analysis?” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

Lamott, Anne. “Shitty First Drafts.” Language Awareness: Readings for College Writers. Ed. by Paul Eschholz, Alfred Rosa, and Virginia Clark. 9th ed. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2005: 93-96. Print.

Lanham, Richard. “The Paramedic Method.” Revising Prose. 4th ed. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 2000. xii-3. Print.

Rosenwasser, David and Jill Stephen. “What Is Analysis and How Does It Work?” Writing Analytically. 4th ed. Boston: Thomson/Wadsworth, 2006. 41–61. Print.

Rosenwasser, David, and Jill Stephen. “Making a Thesis Evolve.” Writing Analytically. 4th ed. Boston: Thomson/Wadsworth, 2006. 163–217. Print.

Rosenwasser, David and Jill Stephen. “Style: Choosing Words.” and “Style: Shaping Sentences (and Cutting the Fat).” Writing Analytically. 4th ed. Boston: Thomson/Wadsworth, 2006. 257—294. Print.

Rosenwasser, David and Jill Stephen. “Nine Basic Writing Errors and How to Fix Them.” Writing Analytically. 4th ed. Boston: Thomson/Wadsworth, 2006. 349—384. Print.

Wesley, Kimberly. “The Ill Effects of the Five Paragraph Theme.” English Journal 90.1 (2000): 57–60. Print.

Creating Good Assignment Prompts ^

“Integrating Low-Stakes Writing into Large Classes”.  Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

FYWR Course Preparation Packet. Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Metacognition: Cultivating Reflection.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Sequencing and Scaffolding Assignments.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

Supplement 1: “Assignment Sequences & Skills Templates.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

Using Peer Review to Improve Student Writing ^

“No One Writes Alone: Peer Review in the Classroom, A Guide For Instructors.” MIT Video: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2001. Web.

“Using Peer Review to Improve Student Writing.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

Responding to Student Drafts ^

“Giving Feedback on Student Writing” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Giving Feedback on Student Writing Supplement 2: Sample of Student Paper with Inserted Comments.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Giving Feedback on Student Writing Supplement 3: Sample of a Student Paper with Inserted Comments.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

Gottschalk, Katherine and Keith Hjortshoj. “What Can You Do With Student Writing?” The Elements of Teaching Writing: A Resource for Instructors in All Disciplines. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2004. 47-61. Print.

Lunsford, Ronald F. “When Less is More: Principles for Responding in the Disciplines.” New Directions for Teaching and Learning 69 (1997): 91-105. Print.

“Marginal Comments: Helping Students Take a More Active Role in Getting Feedback on Their Writing.” PowerPoint Presentation. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Providing Grades and Feedback to Multilingual Students.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Responding to Student Writing: Principles and Practices.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Responding to Writing at the Sentence Level.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

Sommers, Nancy. “Responding to Student Writing.” The St. Martin’s Guide to Teaching Writing. 5th ed. Eds. Cheryl Glenn, Melissa Goldthwaite, and Robert Connors. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2003. 373-81. Print.

“Structured Commenting Protocol.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

Evaluating Writing ^

“Designing and Using Rubrics.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

Jenkins, Rob. “Conquering Mountains of Essays.” The Chronicle of Higher Education. 22 June 2015. Web.

“Metacognition—Cultivating Reflection.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Providing Grades and Feedback to Multilingual Writers.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Sample Analytic Rubric” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Sample Holistic Rubric” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

White, Edward M. “Issues in Grading Writing and Using Score Guides.” Assigning, Responding, Evaluating. Boston: Bedford St. Martin’s, 2001: 73-85.

Academic Integrity and Plagiarism ^

Beyond Plagiarism. Website. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Defining Plagiarism.” Council of Writing Program Administrators, January 2003. Web.

“The Effects of Plagiarism on Academic Community.” Video. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Faculty FAQ.” Office of the Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education. Web.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. “Plagiarisms, Authorships, and the Academic Death Penalty.” College English, Vol. 57, No. 7 (Nov., 1995), pp. 788-806. Print.

“I’m feeling overwhelmed with work.  What should I do?”  Video. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Procedures for Resolving Academic Misconduct in LSA.” Office of the Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education. Web.

“Responding to Plagiarism.”  Video. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

“Types of Plagiarism.” Handout. Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

Using the Directed Self-Placement (DSP) ^

DSP Instructor Resources ” Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

DSP Student Page.” Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.

The Sweetland Center for Writing’s Directed Self-Placement (DSP) for Writing: Resources for Instructors.” Sweetland Center for Writing. Web.