By Poupeh Missaghi In their afterword to The Modern Language Journal’s 2011 special issue on multilingualism in school contexts, Durk Gorter and Jasone Cenoz discuss the importance of understanding multilingualism in …
Writers Teaching Writers
Writers Teaching Writers is an online pedagogical journal and resource collection hosted by the Baruch College Writing Center. Our goal is to provide a forum for writing consultants to reflect on their experiences as professional writers and teachers of writing, to share best practices for teaching one-to-one, and to situate discussions about our teaching and tutoring practices within a broader social and historical context.
The In-Between Language Practices of Multilingual Writers
Assignment as Experiment: Framing Constraints Creatively
By Dean Kritikos Much of the work I find myself doing in Writing Center sessions is helping students understand their assignments. …
Spotlight on Assignments: Writing Reaction Essays
By Chong Bretillon Although it’s not the most common genre of academic writing, a student will most likely be assigned at least one reaction essay during their college careers, usually in liberal arts courses. …
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