These handouts were developed to help students provide productive and specific feedback during peer review. They support students in giving constructive criticism based on specific generic expectations, such as the strength of thesis statements, organization, and use of sources.
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This handout I made in sheer frustration after hearing the same complaints about thesis formulation over and over again from my students. I’ve learned in my previous experience that when I use more meaningful issues for thesis examples, students tend to focus on content and not form. Here I’ve modeled different kinds of thesis framing for them using the very […]
This handout is a counterargument explanation sheet using the example of trying to persuade your loved ones that your bad boyfriend is not so bad. I often teach this handout in conjunction with the chapter “Skeptics May Object” from Graff and Birkenstein’s They Say / I Say. Feature image by Sarah Cervantes on Unsplash
A handout distributed in class that asks students to reflect on their actions as a developing professional and their participation in class. Participation is broken down into four different components so that students of all dispositions can reflect on their strengths. This activity pairs well with a Career Profile Assignment. Feature image […]