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Three Good Things About the Worst Travel Day of My Life

I had intended on blogging this week about our Captain Marvel viewing from the weekend. But then yesterday happened. Even though I’m an adjunct rather than full-time faculty, there’s this annual teaching/writing conference that I like to go to, whenever I can get grant money to cover my registration, that is. It’s the Conference on […]

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Things That Make You Go Hmm 🤔

If you remember that song, sorry for the earworm. If you aren’t familiar with it, well here you go: But, honestly, it’s a bit of a red herring. This post should probably really be called Things That Make Me Go GRRR, 😠, or 😤. Or Things That Make Me Wish I’d Packed My Angry Eyes […]

Help for Students Creating Portfolio and Blog Websites

This semester, Henderson State University students in Basic English, Freshman English A and Freshman English B will be creating final digital portfolios in lieu of an end-of-semester exam. These portfolios must contain all writing from the semester as well as a new reflective essay detailing the student’s learning during the course. To encourage students to […]

Introduction to the Final Portfolio for HSU

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The Writing Process: In “Steps”

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Review of Genres, Rhetorical Situations, and Reading Rhetorically

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Review or Introduction to Rhetorical Vocabulary

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Sample Digital Portfolios

UA-Little Rock’s first-year writing curriculum includes an end-of-course final portfolio in lieu of a final exam. The following links are to actual portfolios created by students in Mrs. Williams’ classes. The students have given permission to Mrs. Williams’ to share their portfolios as examples for other students. For the Google Sites portfolios, you may be required […]

I Wrote A Book Last Summer

I’m going to say that again because I like the way it sounds (and looks in print): I wrote a book last summer. Now what? I’ve posted before about why I write and about how I sometimes struggle to get words on the page (despite how utterly overrun my mind is with ideas at times). […]

The Rhetorics of Web Pages: Design, Fonts and Coding

Composition students at UALR are required to complete final digital portfolios at the end of each semester in lieu of a final course exam. Student groups in Composition II were assigned to “teach” sections of the Writing Spaces Web Writing Style Guide. The following presentation was prepared by students Jerika McConnell, Imani Harris, Katelyn Thompson, Mallari […]

The Rhetorics of Web Pages: Hyperlinks, Page Titles and More

Composition students at UALR are required to complete final digital portfolios at the end of each semester in lieu of a final course exam. Student groups in Composition II were assigned to “teach” sections of the Writing Spaces Web Writing Style Guide. The following presentation was prepared by students Caroline Burks, Charlie Mathis, Hannah Williams and […]

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Writing to Convince

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Writing to Analyze

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Drafting Narratives

For Basic English (pre-credit first-year writing). Corresponds to The Student Writer, 9th ed.

Research, Source Use and Process

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