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Tremain, Lisa; Citti, Jessica; Giannini, Natalie; Miller, Libbi R.; Pérez, Nancy; Wells, Corrina – Composition Forum, 2020
In this program profile, we detail the design and implementation phases of an interdisciplinary first-year experience curriculum for multilingual students in the Creando Raíces learning community model at Humboldt State University. Our profile describes how we worked together as a professional learning community to integrate theories of writing…
Descriptors: Multilingualism, Communities of Practice, Interdisciplinary Approach, Program Development
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Bou Ayash, Nancy – Composition Forum, 2020
This article affords insights into the interdependence between writing and critical translation to inform implementations of antiracist and translingual writing pedagogies. Promoting linguistic and social justice for multilingual writers, it presents a writing assignment design that focuses on critical translation across asymmetrical power…
Descriptors: Translation, Multilingualism, Correlation, Writing (Composition)
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Slinkard, Jennifer; Gevers, Jeroen – Composition Forum, 2020
Although writing scholars have increasingly emphasized the need for more equitable approaches to language (difference) in the composition classroom, specific examples of teaching praxis remain sorely needed. In this article, we offer three sets of activities that we have used in our own classes designed for multilingual students. In formulating…
Descriptors: Language Attitudes, Ideology, Writing (Composition), Writing Instruction
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Howell, Nicole Gonzales; Navickas, Kate; Shapiro, Rachael; Shapiro, Shawna; Watson, Missy – Composition Forum, 2020
This multimedia article shares five short video-recorded stories that highlight specific moments of struggling to practice antiracist and linguistic justice values within different disciplinary situations: giving feedback on student writing, training tutors in the writing center, working with pre-service teachers, debating learning objectives in…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Philosophy, Writing Instruction, Writing Teachers
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Simnitt, Emily – Composition Forum, 2020
In this interview, I speak with Gail Shuck about her continued commitment to seize upon what she describes as "kairotic moments" to build a network of support for refugee students, an underserved language-minoritized student population, at Boise State University. Gail describes how she has inhabited her administrative position to work…
Descriptors: Refugees, At Risk Students, Student Needs, Minority Group Students
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Gonzales, Laura; Butler, Janine – Composition Forum, 2020
This article threads together multilingualism and disability studies research in writing studies, and introduces composition pedagogies that embrace multilingualism, multimodality, and accessibility simultaneously. We argue that writing teachers can work toward social justice in writing courses by considering accessibility through intersectional…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Multilingualism, Accessibility (for Disabled), Writing Instruction
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Poe, Mya; Zhang-Wu, Qianqian – Composition Forum, 2020
While Writing Studies scholars have embraced research on multilingualism, writing scholars have not developed program assessment methods that are informed by that scholarship. This profile describes a program assessment design that was informed by research on multilingualism, super-diversity, and consequential validity. This design included…
Descriptors: Program Evaluation, Multilingualism, Student Attitudes, Student Diversity
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George, Barbara; Wetzl, Ana Marie – Composition Forum, 2020
As the number of multilingual students increases at small campuses in rural areas that lack multilingual composition programming, there is a need to explore pedagogical and institutional strategies that help to pool limited or emerging resources to promote language justice for multilingual students. This narrative case study looks at two small…
Descriptors: Multilingualism, Rural Schools, Equal Education, Social Justice
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Blazer, Sarah; Fallon, Brian – Composition Forum, 2020
Writing centers provide a crucial site for multilingual writers to experience generative and productive conversation about their writing projects and for their language and cultural experiences to be appreciated as sources for meaning-making. For this to be possible, tutors must understand the phenomenon and problems of standard language ideology…
Descriptors: Multilingualism, Writing (Composition), Laboratories, Standard Spoken Usage
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Tinoco, Lizbett; Eddy, Sonya Barrera; Gage, Scott – Composition Forum, 2020
In this program profile, we describe how the FYC program at Texas A&M University-San Antonio is working towards developing an antiracist and decolonial program in response to our recognition of the racialized violence and injustice the program was unintentionally inflicting on our student population. We structure this profile using comadrismo,…
Descriptors: Universities, College Faculty, College Students, Intervention
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Kiernan, Julia; Meier, Joyce; Wang, Xiqiao – Composition Forum, 2020
This program profile describes how teachers and administrators have collaborated in the design and implementation of a number of linguistic, cultural, and transmodal pedagogical and curricular initiatives. Strategies that writing teachers can implement to best meet the needs of multilingual students across a range of institutional contexts are…
Descriptors: Program Descriptions, Program Design, Program Implementation, Writing Teachers
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di Gennaro, Kristen; Ekiert, Monika – Composition Forum, 2020
Current composition practice relies on a decades-old summary of research concluding that a focus on grammar in students' writing is useless, or even harmful. Conversely, hundreds of recent studies from the fields of second-language writing and applied linguistics claim to provide evidence of the benefits to providing feedback on grammar in…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Grammar, Writing (Composition), Writing Instruction
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Mitchum, Catrina; Rodrigo, Rochelle; Staples, Shelley – Composition Forum, 2020
This program profile describes the process the Writing Program at the University of Arizona took to create a pathway to course completion for students during the pandemic-induced remote transition in Spring 2020. While the majority of students continued to have access to the hardware and software necessary to complete the term online, some…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Writing Instruction, Distance Education, College Students
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Baillargeon, Kathryn – Composition Forum, 2020
This article seeks to answer two questions: what kinds of expertise are needed to lead an effective dissertation boot camp; and how can those outside the graduate student's discipline support their writing? Drawing on four years of application data and post-camp interviews, I reveal how writing process knowledge--similar to that described in the…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Doctoral Dissertations, Writing Workshops, Writing Processes
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Whicker, John H.; Stinson, Samuel – Composition Forum, 2020
Writing about writing (WAW) is an increasingly popular approach to teaching writing that, while often discussed as a single pedagogy, has always referenced a wide variety of curricula, pedagogies, courses, and assignments. While this diversity has been acknowledged, scholars have yet to fully explore the sources, nature, and implications of this…
Descriptors: Freshman Composition, College Freshmen, Writing Instruction, Writing Assignments
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