A Justice Site
CSUDH - Habermas - UWP - Archives
California State University, Dominguez Hills
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
Soka University Japan - Transcend Art and Peace
Created: September 22, 2002
Latest Update: September 22, 2002
Index of Site Teaching Modules
for Academic Writing
* * *
- Site Teaching Module: Essays and Study Notes
- Academic Writing: The Brief Essay as Evidence of Learning Some explanation for why writing seems so difficult. Link added September 22, 2002.
- Powerfully Imaginative Speech and Evidence of Learning It Sample essay writing based on Donna M. Woods' comments on imaginative force needed to gain attention for the harm. You gotta make people listen. Link added September 22, 2002.
- Rhetorical Questions On Brigham Young University Site. Backup. Link added September 22, 2002.
- Comments on Recent Lectures: September 6 Good example of using a rhetorical question in an evidence of learning submission and how I'd like you to correct it. Link added September 22, 2002.
- I am tring to fit social justice into this article. Simple, straight-forward, and exactly the right thing to do. Ask your teacher. That's what we're here for. September 23, 2002.
- Collaborative Work in Recognizing Harm By Kimberly Radford. Sample essay that illustrates students helping other students, to gain more flexibility in a fast-paced world that leaves us all struggling for time. Link added September 22, 2002.
- Anthony Snoddy wrote on Monday, September 23: "James Neal showed me how to acess the site dearhabermas and also helped me to get an e.mail adress. Now I have a better understanding on how to acess the site." Good example of how we need to teach each otehr.
Site Teaching Module: Discussion Questions, Activities, Key Concepts and Self-Tests (True/False)
- Practice module isn't finished yet. But Powerfully Imaginative Speech and and Evidence of Learning It offers a good explanation of how to get started if you haven't had much writing experience. And the last paragraph, asking that you reverse the argument, with the course objectives clearly in mind, should be very good practice for advanced writers. Link added September 22, 2002.
Site Copyright: Jeanne Curran and Susan R. Takata and Individaul Authors, September 2002.
"Fair use" encouraged.