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Book Review_Facts, Artifacts and Counterfacts: Theory and Method for a Reading and Writing Course

Might I recommend┬áreading the book entitled Facts, Artifacts and Counterfacts: Theory and Method for a Reading and Writing Course (ISBN 0-86709-135-5) by David Bartholomae and Antony Petrosky. Since the spring semester ended, I’ve been reading it and have some great … Continue reading

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Great Expectations

The semester is officially going and it’s coming in like a lion! This semester I am teaching College Success, Developmental Reading III, and Writing, Reading, and Reasoning. In all I have 150 students with whom I work. Most professors have … Continue reading

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Change is as old as time…

Change is inevitable. Just when we get familiar and comfortable with a procedure or practice, it will change! Habits are hard to change. With the dawn of the new semester, changes will be expected of everyone. Changes in performance expectations … Continue reading

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Game on!

The semester is gearing up and so is the new year, 2012! This is a time of renewal and change. Renewing the goals for my instructional delivery will require some change. Changes such as my schedule, office hours, and 150 … Continue reading

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Graduation Day December 16, 2011

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