This activity works well between Assignments 4 and 5 in English 150. Use it to help students bridge the divide between writing about a place and designing text and images about that place.
This activity presents a group discussion about audience that will help students become more aware of their roles as audience members and, by extension, as presenters.
This in-class activity is designed help instructors facilitate how students learn to complete the reflection assignments in English 150 and English 250. The goal of this activity is to give instructors a plan to introduce and explain the assignment while also giving students the chance to gain understanding about what will be expected for the reflection assignments.
This in-class activity is designed to help students understand the purpose of the comments you leave on their work. It also helps you get some helpful feedback on the effectiveness of your own comments.
This activity is designed to help students think critically about the different ways of delivering an oral presentation. The goal is to prepare them for their final presentations.
This is a pre-discussion activity that allows students to assert confidence about readings and also admit confusions in a safe, conversational environment.
Students will learn to identify logical fallacies in order to avoid using them in their own writing.
Anonymous apologies and Dear Abby responses from students
Students think about possible introductions and introduction techniques using a worksheet and peer feedback.
Students learn basic design and delivery with PowerPoint
This activity forms students into 5 groups to teach each other evaluation criteria, and to learn how to evaluate the degree of success of a sample funding proposal.