This assignment goes beyond your standard food review as it asks students to research and evaluate all aspects of the restaurant including its history, location, and design. It includes a focus on using sensory descriptions and depictions to entice the reader.
A grammar presentation assignment for small groups on an assigned topic. Each group is required to provide an explanation, examples, and a way for the class to practice the lesson. This assignment also includes a reflective component.
An engaging and easily adaptable assignment for early career students that helps them navigate their college career paths
This multi-genre assignment asks students to first explore how much they know their tendencies to procrastinate in a personal essay, then to interview a peer about their respective writing processes, and finally, to compare their own personal essay and an analysis of their interview in a cover letter.
An assignment that asks students to create what the Moth's mini-memoirs are known for: true stories, well told.
This assignment asks students to familiarize themselves with public art and their city by finding one piece to describe, research and analyze. It encourages students to reveal the connections between artists, locations, and communities.
Submitted by John Casey. A research proposal assignment for a required composition class focused on academic writing and research.
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Writing advice columns with the skills of the essayist allows CNF writers to focus on the shared, often abstract, subjects of disparate experiences.
A written group assignment that asks students to create a proposal designed to convince a funding agency to fund their organization’s new social justice project.
An assignment that asks students to compose several short versions of an email for different audiences and perform a brief analysis of the differences between the emails.
A brief description of a critical etymology writing assignment for a 200-level Introduction to Criticism and Theory course
An argumentative essay that requires students to clearly articulate their position on whether rap and hip-hop have a negative or positive effect on its listeners, if there should be control over the content of songs, and to explore the reasons why people are affected by these genres so strongly.