Peer Tutoring Fall 2016

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I’ve updated the Peer Tutoring Seminar information for the Fall 2016 semester. As always, let me know if you have any questions!

 

LG

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Peer Tutoring Spring 2016

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I’ve updated the Peer Tutoring Seminar section of this site with information for the Spring 2016 semester. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns about this.

Happy writing!

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Peer Tutoring Fall 2015

I have updated the syllabus and semester schedule for the Fall 2015 Peer Tutoring Seminar. I will pass out the information in class, and it is also available on the class Canvas site and this blog in the Peer Tutoring Seminar section. If you want to get a head start, though, or you are still considering enrolling in the course, you can look over the information here (note that these are pdf files you will need to download and open):

ENGL 4013 Course Schedule fall 15

ENGL 4013 Course Schedule fall 15

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Fall 2015

The writing center will open on Tuesday, September 8 (the day after Labor Day). We will post our tutoring hours closer to that time.

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Peer tutoring: For Monday, 2-2-15

1) Read Chapters 3-4 “The Tutoring Process” & “Examining Expectations” in Peer Tutoring (25-59).

2) Read Chapter 4, “Planning and Drafting Your Project” (16-27) in Writing Matters.

3) Reading response: Write a response to the readings  (400 words total). Upload to Canvas.

4) Case Study: Complete an additional 3 pages of brainstorming using elements from “Case Study of Yourself as a Writer.” Be prepared to share and get feedback.

 

Suggested Reading: Finish reading/skimming Chapter 35, “Understanding Grammar” (327-334) and Chapter 39, “Maintaining Agreement” (346-357) in Writing Matters. I will address some of these concerns next class, so it will help you if you at least skim this section.

1) Read Chapters 3-4 “The Tutoring Process” & “Examining Expectations” in Peer Tutoring (25-59).

2) Read Chapter 4, “Planning and Drafting Your Project” (16-27) in Writing Matters.

3) Reading response: Write a response to the readings  (400 words total). Upload to Canvas.

4) Case Study: Complete an additional 3 pages of brainstorming using elements from “Case Study of Yourself as a Writer.” Be prepared to share and get feedback.

 

Suggested Reading: Finish reading/skimming Chapter 35, “Understanding Grammar” (327-334) and Chapter 39, “Maintaining Agreement” (346-357) in Writing Matters. I will address some of these concerns next class, so it will help you if you at least skim this section.

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Welcome (Spring 2015 semester)

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Welcome to the SWOSU Writing Center blog! For those of you enrolled in ENGL 4013: Seminar in Peer Tutoring, you can find links to course information above.

 

 

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Peer Tutoring: Dr. LG’s schedule for finals

Here is my schedule for finals. As always, you can also contact me via email (denise.landrumgeyer@swosu.edu), Canvas messaging, Twitter (@denisejeannee), or phone (580-774-3086). Other meeting times are available by appointment. If you have any questions or concerns, let me know. Good luck with finals!

Thursday, Dec. 11

  • 11am-noon: Office hour in CAM 224C
  • 12:30-2:20pm: ENGL 1113, section 1924 final meeting in CAM 109

Friday, Dec. 12

  • 10am-noon: Office hours in CAM 224C

Monday, Dec. 15

  • 10am-1pm: Office hours in CAM 224C (drop-off tutoring logs and other materials as needed for ENGL 4013)
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