postsecondary framework

Composing a "Geo-Biography": How Have the Places Where You Have Dwelled Shaped You?

Contributed by Jim Henry

Course Name/Level:  First-Year Writing

This writing assignment is an example of one that reflects the principles in the Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing. You can view a list of other assignments, activities, and program-wide approaches.

 

Postsecondary Framework Representative Curricular Resources

Building from the Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing, the assignments and program-wide descriptions provide concrete examples of the varied writing opportunities students may encounter in college. We encourage anyone to use these example documents to add to conversations about the habits of mind and writing strategies used in college.

Metacognitive Development in First-Year Composition

Contributed by William J. Carpenter

Course Name/Level: First-Year Writing

This program-wide approach is an example of one that reflects the principles in the Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing. You can view a list of other assignments, activities, and program-wide approaches.

 

Communicating an Important Topic or Idea in Your Field

Contributed by Steven J. Corbett

Course Name/Level: Writing-intensive or Writing in the Disciplines Course, English 200W: Writing Context: A Comparative Approach to Written Academic Communication

This writing assignment is an example of one that reflects the principles in the Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing. You can view a list of other assignments, activities, and program-wide approaches.