Monthly Archives: December 2011

“This is how we write” response

Nicole Vassallo Plangere internship Presentation Response Richard Miller and Paul Hammond, “This is how we write” This presentation was about how advances in technology will affect the classroom. I was very surprised because it seemed like what Richard and Paul … Continue reading

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“This Is How We Write” Richard Miller and Paul Hammond’s presentation 11/17

I went to Richard Miller and Paul Hammond’s presentation “This Is How We Write” and the main focus was how technology is changing our classroom interactions. Whereas in the past there were only books to gather research from, today we … Continue reading

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My Tutoring Philosophy

Final PaperPlangere Writing Center Internship

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Presentation Response

I attended the tutor presentation on Wednesday, November 9th.  The first of three presenters discussed her women’s and gender studies thesis, the second broke down the article “The Myth of Laziness” into a PowerPoint presentation, and the third talked about … Continue reading

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A Comprehensive Look At The Tutorial Experience

Matthew R. Polito Plangere Writing Center 01:355:396:01   A Comprehensive Look at The Tutorial Experience       Throughout the duration of the internship with the Plangere Writing Center, I have learned a myriad of techniques and new ways of … Continue reading

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Cultural Conflicts

Taylor Westerlind Harris’s enlightening insight to the goals of ESL students in “Cultural Conflicts in the Writing Center” opened my eyes to the differences in focus between non-native students and native American students.  While I have had extensive experience with … Continue reading

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FINAL ESSAY

Sophia de Baun December 19th, 2011   Conversation in the Writing Center Plangere Final Essay             Writing, today, is a necessary skill to have in order to enter into many fields; children learn how to write in school from the … Continue reading

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