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The Reading/Writing Connection Continued

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Last post, we discussed the importance of reading to good writing. To start off our discussion this week, here’s a recap of recent news highlighting research in reading along with some compelling personal arguments on why reading:

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Reading – The Missing Element In Writing

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photo_12As part of our ongoing discussion on addressing the concerns of students with remedial needs, Antonia Lewandowski (Communications, Seminole) sheds light on the important connection between writing and reading:

Composition I, the course that students fear taking, forms the bedrock or foundation […]

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Help You Won’t Find With Directory Assistance!

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As you work on preparing Spring classes, you may be considering changes to accommodate newly-enrolled students who did not take prep courses. CETL is bringing you some suggestions in on-going training, and in tips from Developmental instructors who regularly work with struggling writers!

Today

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Working With Veteran Students

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Veterans make up a unique segment of the SPC student population. Veterans are desirable students because they are usually older and more disciplined. But teaching veterans can also make an instructor a little uncomfortable. How do you challenge students who have lived through their experiences?

Today CETL talks with Jeff Cavanagh, […]

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