In the last 24 hours, I have been struggling to reconcile what I had imagined “Situating ourselves in English departments” to be about and how the readings approached that question. I do not mean to critique the syllabus in any … Continue reading
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Teaching to the Text Message (Sophie’s post) There were two strains of thought in Selsberg’s NYT op-ed that I want to pull out: the impact of concise writing on the student, and its impact on the teacher. The impact on … Continue reading
Hey all. The link on the calendar went dead, but I found the PDF through the GC library. Horner, et al.
My time is a bit tight tomorrow, so I just thought I’d post a generalized comment to be sure to contribute, even if I can’t organize a comment in direct response to a post. This week, I’ve really been … Continue reading
I want to frame my response to this week’s readings with an idea that has recurred in our class discussion, the idea that we, as writing instructors (of various types) are teaching tools more than we are teaching English or … Continue reading