Teaching with Hacker Handbooks: Topics, Strategies, and Lesson Plans, 3e

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Practical help for teaching with a handbook

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Teaching with Hacker Handbooks, a collection of resources to accompany all Hacker handbooks, helps you answer the question How can I integrate a handbook into my course? Both novice and seasoned teachers who assign writing will benefit from the practical strategies and materials developed by master teachers and others in the field. And if you supervise or train new teachers, you’ll find the collection helps you provide a mentoring experience.

 

 

 

 

 

"This book came to me long after I began my teaching career, but it contains much of the information I learned in bits and pieces, through trial and error, and from speaking in the hallways with senior faculty between classes or at professional development activities."

—Denise Coulter, Atlantic Cape Community College

 

Here you will find six different topics and sixteen modules to help you as you teach your course with a Hacker handbook, LaunchPad Solo for Hacker Handbooks, or Writer's Help 2.0 for Hacker Handbooks. 

 

Topic 1: Planning your course and designing your syllabus

 

Topic 2: Engaging students and leading discussions

 

Topic 3: Designing effective assignments

 

Topic 4: Responding to students writers

 

Topic 5: Working with multilingual writers (teaching ESL and ELL populations)

 

Topic 6: Addressing writing in the disciplines

 

Module 1: Teaching assignment analysis

 

Module 2: Teaching prewriting strategies

 

Module 3: Teaching critical reading

 

Module 4: Teaching thesis statements

 

Module 5: Teaching essay structure

 

Module 6: Teaching paragraphs

 

Module 7: Teaching introductions and conclusions

 

Module 8: Teaching argument and counterargument

 

Module 9: Teaching students to conduct research and evaluate sources

 

Module 10: Teaching students to integrate sources

 

Module 11: Teaching students to avoid plagiarism

 

Module 12: Teaching word choice and appropriate language

 

Module 13: Teaching grammar and punctuation

 

Module 14: Teaching with peer review

 

Module 15: Teaching multimodal projects

 

Module 16: Addressing writing in the disciplines

 

Syllabus 1: The Bedford Handbook, Ninth Edition, in English Composition 1010, spring semester

 

Syllabus 2: Rules for Writers, Seventh Edition, in College Composition and Reading, fall semester

 

Syllabus 3: A Writer’s Reference, Eighth Edition, in English 101, spring semester

 

Syllabus 4: A Pocket Style Manual, Seventh Edition, in Advanced Composition, spring semester

 

Syllabus 5: Writer’s Help, in Critical Reading and Writing, fall semester

 

Assignment 1: Workshop on Revising Paragraphs

 

Assignment 2: Textual Analysis

 

Assignment 3: Defining and Addressing Plagiarism

 

Assignment 4: Mechanics Workshop: Use of the Comma, Run-on Sentences, Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement, Pronoun Reference

 

Assignment 5: Visual Literacy and Analysis

 

Assignment 6: Essay 4: Writing in Your Discipline

 

Assignment 7: Rhetorical Analysis

 

Rubric 1: Textual Analysis Assignment

 

Rubric 2: Visual Analysis Assignment

 

Rubric 3: Multimodal Composition Assignment

 

Rubric 4: Literary Analysis Assignment

 

Rubric 5: Analysis and Synthesis Essay Assignment

 

Rubric 6: Research Paper Assignment

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