Teaching College Composition- A Practical Guide for New Instructors
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Composition directors often have little time to prepare new instructors in methods of teaching writing and to forewarn them of the many daily problems that arise in this challenging work. Teaching College Composition, which can be read in a weekend, goes a long way toward meeting those ends. It provides information on twenty-six topics, from issues of class conduct to methods of critiquing papers to ways of evaluating student work. It also provides approaches to six of the most common writing assignments in first-year composition.
Teaching College Composition can also serve as a supplemental text for a teaching of writing course, providing an element of "street knowledge" to the theoretical content.
|Sold By||Jain Publishing Company|
|ISBNs||087573104X, 0875731058, 9780875731049, 9780875731056|
|Number of Pages||149|