Teaching Global Writers in US Classroom
Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) at the Center for the Study and Teaching of Writing (CSTW) will present research and strategies to help faculty, writing assistants, and other professionals work more effectively with international students in U.S. classrooms by addressing some of the most significant challenges international students face when writing for American colleges and universities. Participants will have opportunities in groups to collaborate with the WAC team and their colleagues to develop concrete strategies to support international student writers in their classrooms.
After this workshop participants will be able to:
• Identify some of the linguistic and cultural backgrounds that international student writers draw upon while composing academic writing tasks
• Select appropriate strategies to support international students’
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