Models

A Sequence of Informal and Formal Writing Assignments in a Psychology of Religion Syllabus

Author: 
Colleen Moore, Psychology of Religion, UW-Madison
Description: 
As her students work toward a 10-15 page research paper, Professor Colleen Moore assigns 8 shorter papers that build from informal to formal writing and simple to complex rhetorical tasks, enabling her students to practice and build their writing skills.

Psychology of Religion 411

This course examines religions and religious phenomena from the point of view of empirical psychology. This is a Level III (Advanced) Psychology course that assumes some sophisticated background in either psychology or religious studies.

 

Sequenced Graded And Ungraded Writing Assignments In A Writing-Intensive Literature Syllabus

Author: 
Lynn Keller, English, UW-Madison
Description: 
This sample syllabus shows how Professor Lynn Keller assigns ungraded, low-stakes journal writing in her writing-intensive literature course to let her students develop their ideas before they turn them into a high-stakes, graded essay.  

Modern American Literature Since 1914

 

Time and Place: 2:30‑3:45 110 Noland
Office hours: Tuesday 1:00‑3:00 and by appointment
7131 Helen C. White Hall, 263‑3794
e‑mail: rlkeller@facstaff.wisc.edu

 

Course Description:

Sequencing Formal and Informal Writing Assignments To Support a Discussion-Oriented History Course

Author: 
Professor Susan Johnson, History and Chican@ & Latin@ Studies, UW-Madison
Description: 
In this sample syllabus, Professor Susan Johnson leads her students through a sequence of writing assignments that balance formal and informal writing tasks. One formal assignment, a review essay, is included.

The U.S. Southwest: “The Middle Place,” El Norte,” or “The Southwest”?

History 600, Seminar 7

Chican@ & Latin@ Studies 330

5245 Humanities

Some Concrete Tips for Working with Multilingual Writers

· Think carefully about unspoken assumptions about successful writing in your course and try to make your expectations as explicit as possible.

 

Sample Rubric for Problem Reports and Reflections in a Math Course

Author: 
Jamie Sutherland, Mathematics Department, UW-Madison
Description: 
In this example, the instructor carefully explains the purpose of two different kinds of assignments and uses the rubric to identify the specific traits of strong papers.

Math 130 Sutherland

Lecture 1&2 Spring 2005

 

A Guide to Writing in Math 130

 

Daniel Hausman's Model Philosophy Paper

Author: 
Daniel Hausman
Description: 
On the Web site for his course on Contemporary Moral Issues, Professor Daniel Hausman offers students general commentary on their first papers and illustrates his points with a model paper.

On the Web site for his course on Contemporary Moral Issues, Professor Daniel Hausman offers students general commentary on their first papers and illustrates his points with a model paper.

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