Home
Courses
 
Composition Program
Student Resources
Instructor Resources
 
Professional
 
 
George Mason
 
 

Resources for Writing Teachers

E. Shelley Reid
George Mason Unive

rsity

 

 

 

 

Shelley's Quick Guides

Designing Writing Assignments
Grading Writing Assignments
Handling Grade Weights in Your Syllabus
Managing the Paper Load: Return on Investment
Working with ESL/ELL Writers
Creating Successful Peer Review Sessions
Designing and Teaching a Class Session
Engaging Students in Discussion
Teaching Argumentation
20 Questions for Writers to Ask About an Assignment
Assignments to Aid Critical Reading
Writing a "Teaching Philosophy Statement"

Teaching-related publications

From the GMU Writing@Center Newsletter:

Preventing Plagiarism (PDF)

From The Teaching Professor national newsletter (made available here with permission):

Peer Review: Successful from the Start (PDF)
A Tree Falling in the Forest: Helping Students ‘Hear’ and Use Your Comments (PDF)
Student Engagement:  Tradeoffs and Payoffs (PDF)
Twenty Questions for Writers (PDF)
Teaching Risk-Taking in College Classrooms (PDF)

 

 

 

 

 

Last updated July 2011.