445 Teaching Composition in the Community College
Professor Janice Neuleib 8-7858 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Talking, Sketching Moving. Heinemann 2001.
scanned as needed
Kutz and Roskelly. An Unquiet Pedagogy. Heinemann 1991. on line below-link
Scharton and Neuleib. Inside/Out: A Guide to Writing . on line below-links
Richard Graves. Writing, Teaching, Learning Heinemann 2001.
Tinberg.Border Talk:Writing and Knowing the the Two-Year College.NCTE, 1997.
DESCRIPTION OF COURSE
FORMAT OF COURSE
Class interactions include
collaborative activities designed to integrate
understanding of the readings with your existing knowledge. In-class writings in response to readings will direct our discussions. You will present your final
project to the class and evaluation of your work will involve three major
1. A research log, including
teacher research (notes include
on your teaching, readings, this class's discussions, case studies, classroom visits, research for projects, questions for me, and beginnings of drafts.), due at the end of each month
2. A paper on teaching which
will investigate some aspect of
improving teaching through research and design (10-12 pages), due at
draft due two weeks before
3. A teacher-research project
(15-25 pages), proposal
due after midterm, presentation and paper due last two weeks of the
Any of this work may be
collaborative in nature; responding to one another's work is essential,
as are my responses.
April 19 Presentations of projects
April 26 and May 3 Presentations of projects (written projects due)