Reading and Writing Assignments

INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING

Writing Journal Assignment  

Reading Journal Assignment 

Reading and Writing Assignment 1 (RWA1): What Is This Class About?

Reading and Writing Assignment 1a: Rhetoric and Writing: An Introduction

Reading and Writing Assignment 2: Responding to Reading

RWA: How To Read Like a Writer

RWA: Thinking About the Personal Essay As Genre

Reading and Writing Assignment: Autobiography

Reading and Writing Assignment: Strengths as Communicator

Reading and Writing Assignment:  How Do You Write?

RWA3: Brainstorming Personal Essay Assignment

RWA4: Drafting a Personal Literacies Narrative Essay

Personal Literacies Narrative Essay Guidelines

Reading and Writing Assignment 5 (RWA5): Preparing a Finished Piece of Writing

Reading and Writing Assignment: What Is Grammar?

Reading and Writing Assignment 6 (RWA6): Re-Reading Your Autobiography

Reading and Writing Assignment 7 (RWA7): Preparing a Finished Piece of Writing

Reader Response Assignment: Amy Tan

Reading and Writing Assignment 8 (RWA8): Introduction to Summary Writing

Reading and Writing Assignment (RWA): Brainstorming

Reading and Writing Assignment 9 (RWA9):  Creating a Writing Inventory

Reading and Writing Assignment 10 (RWA10): Introduction to Argumentation

Reading and Writing Assignment 11 (RWA11): Introduction to College Research

Reading and Writing Assignment 12 (RWA12): Choosing a Topic and Developing a Research Question

Reading and Writing Assignment 13 (RWA13): Thinking and Writing About Sources

Reading and Writing Assignment 14 (RWA14): Drafting a Research Proposal

Reading and Writing Assignment 15 (RWA15): Overview of Sources

Reading and Writing Assignment 15 (RWA15)


GA: Open Lab Avatar Assignment

GA9: Questions and Answers About SWE


Reader Response Assignment: James Baldwin

Re-Reading James Baldwin: An Introduction to Rhetorical Analysis

Reader Response Assignment: MLK

2012.Essay.Grading.Rubric



LITERATURE ASSIGNMENTS

Reading Journal Assignment



RWA1.0 Why Do You Read Science Fiction?

LEARNING JOURNAL ASSIGNMENTS

LJ1: What Is Writing?
LJ2: You
LJ3: How Do You Write?
LJ4: What Are Your Strengths As a Communicator?
LJ5: Reflecting on the Drafting Process
LJ6:  Reading Online and in Print
LJ7: If you were to tell a story...
LJ8: If I were to tell ___ what I really think...
LJ9: Writing, Dialects, and Choosing a Short Story
LJ10: What Issue(s) Are You Passionate About?
LJ11
LJ12
LJ13
LJ14

GW: What Is Grammar?
GA1
GA2
GA3
GA4

Worksheets

Personal Essay Brainstorming Interview

Revised Re-Reading Your Personal Essay



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