First-Year Forum Book Resources
These should help to use the FYF book in your classes.
Writing Process Resources
These can help students reflect on their writing process or aid them in composing or revising generally.
Students will be researching throughout the course, and these resources provide ways to teach research techniques and using ethically (avoiding plagiarism).
Several different models for how to conduct peer review in any writing class.
Style, Mechanics, and Usage Resources
These ideas for teaching better sentence style, mechanics, and usage could be used before the first submission of a paper or in between a .1 and a .2. Generally, though, these activities should be reserved for a time when students grasp the rhetorical task of each paper (i.e. they don't still have questions about what they are supposed to be doing, how to find sources, or how to organize the paper).
Unit 1 Resources
These are culled from a variety of sources to help students research and find appropriate sources, summarize responsibly, and map the controversy in various ways.
Unit 2 Resources
These will help you teach rhetorical analysis with verbal and visual texts.
Unit 3 Resources
These resources will help you teach invention.