- Wednesday, September 10th, 2014 • 3:30pm - 4:45pm
Based on written essays and surveys from the entering 2014 class of first-year students, Dr. Aull will offer faculty insights into the “state of the state” of our incoming students’ perceptions and proficiency in academic reading and writing. She will especially discuss patterns in students' self-reported experiences with academic writing as well as linguistic and rhetorical patterns in students' essays related to evidence and argumentation. She will share examples of challenging issues, answer questions, and discuss the implications for teaching writing to these first year students.
WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS FOR THE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 WORKSHOP AS WE HAVE REACHED MAXIMUM ROOM CAPACITY. PLEASE REGISTER FOR THE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 WORKSHOP INSTEAD.
- Location: Reynolda Hall 301
- Special Notes: THIS SESSION HAS REACHED MAXIMUM SEATING CAPACITY AND WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING ADDITIONAL ATTENDANCE REQUESTS AT THIS TIME. PLEASE CONSIDER ENROLLING IN THE ENCORE PRESENTATION OF THIS WORKSHOP, TAKING PLACE ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, FROM 4:00-5:15PM.
- Open To: Faculty, Graduate Students, Staff
- Facilitated by:
Questions? Please contact:
- Deborah Snyder: • 4587