WAC rules the day again!

Guess what?  I got WACY in my classes again today.  Our next writing assignment prompt is a life-changing event, so I paired them up and told them to talk about their life-changing event.  I had them to write down their life-changing event first, before getting into their pairs.  I made sure not to pair them … Continue reading

Life after WAC

                                                                         Okay, where do I begin?  This book was just a wealth of information and I enjoyed every page.  Originally I thought I would outline the book chapter by chapter, but then I thought I did not want to have to follow a chapter by chapter outline.  Maybe I want to J                  M                                                                               U                       … Continue reading

I GOT MY WAC On 2day

Like I said in my earlier post, my current readings have inspired me.  Not only to write but to get WACY in my English classes.  Just how WACY did I get? WE DID PEER REVIEW GROUPS!  Yep, you heard me.  I put my students in groups of four and they shared their paragraphs with each … Continue reading

I Want to Write

Okay, after reading my article for the week and my book for the book review, I have become inspired to write.  I know, I know I should have been inspired way before now considering Dr. Woodworth has been preaching  “WRITE, WRITE, WRITE!” since the first day of class.  But what can I say — I’m … Continue reading

WID in Community Colleges

Writing Across the Curriculum at the Community Colleges: Beating the Odds Overcoming Obstacles: How WID Benefits Community College Students and Faculty This article was GREAT!  I chose this article because I am currently teaching at a community college and we do not have WAC or WID as part of our curriculum.  After reading the article I … Continue reading

Quints for June 29

Hi Christy, Pam, Rebekah,  and Stephen.  I have chosen the following article to read: Writing Across the Curriculum at the Community Colleges: Beating the Odds Overcoming Obstacles: How WID Benefits Community College Students and Faculty I should have the article read and my thoughts posted no later than tomorrow evening.  I look forward to seeing … Continue reading


CREATIVITY & COLLABORATION IN THE ACADEMY by David Bollier http://www.learcenter.org/pdf/creativity&collaboration.pdf Looking at the length of Bollier’s article was a bit discouraging; however, once I started reading the article, not paying attention to the page numbers as I went along, I was done in no time.  The article was also quite interesting.  “Perhaps the biggest problem is … Continue reading

WAC Clearinghouse

Electronic Communication Across the Curriculum 16 Pig Tales: Literature Inside the Pen of Electronic Writing Katherine M. Fischer Clarke College http://wac.colostate.edu/books/ecac/chapter16.pdf I loved this article, especially the analogies used to describe pen and paper writing versus electronic writing.  While reading this article, I was amazed at how much it resembled the kinds of things that … Continue reading

WAC Overload

I don’t know if anyone else feels this way, but all of the information that was discussed in class today seemed to be bit much.  Don’t get me wrong I am not complaining; however, to see all of our assignments outlined the way they were and the number of words each assignment entails was kind … Continue reading

Hello everyone!

Well, I did it!  I created a blog.  I am soo excited.  I really have not had time to see what all I can do to my page but that will come in due time.  Right now I am just anxious to get something posted on my page.  I have been working diligently on getting … Continue reading

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