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 context. …
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, and to engage in broader discussions about the productive overlaps between these experiences.
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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