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You Can Do Both: Teach Students How To Write While Teaching Your Content, Susan Blackwell 2017 Marian University - Indianapolis

You Can Do Both: Teach Students How To Write While Teaching Your Content, Susan Blackwell

Fall Faculty Development Conference

Faculty today often struggle with students' poor writing skills, failing to get the quality of written work that they imagine students can do. The traditional assignment of a research paper inadequately addresses the disciplinary and process issues of getting students to write well in classes. This session will address two related elements of these challenges: Teaching students how to write effectively as part of course content and using writing strategies to teach content. Participants will examine a sample writing integration plan in a sociology course, discuss ways to adapt it to their own disciplines, and then examine writing-to-learn strategies meant ...


Three Poems, Madison P. Jones IV 2017 University of Florida

Three Poems, Madison P. Jones Iv

The Goose

Poetry by Madison Jones


Qigong Dancer, Andrea L. Nicki 2017 Farleigh Dickinson University

Qigong Dancer, Andrea L. Nicki

The Goose

Poetry by Andrea L. Nicki


A Particular Providence: Linked Tales Of Storms Finding Distressed Family Trees, James J. Magee 2017 College of New Rochelle

A Particular Providence: Linked Tales Of Storms Finding Distressed Family Trees, James J. Magee

James J. Magee

No abstract provided.


Barking & Biting: The Poetry Of Sina Queyras Selected By Erin Wunker, Jenny Kerber 2017 Wilfrid Laurier University

Barking & Biting: The Poetry Of Sina Queyras Selected By Erin Wunker, Jenny Kerber

The Goose

Review of Erin Wunker's (ed.) Barking & Biting: The Poetry of Sina Queyras.


Volume 3, Issue 1 (Spring 1971), Karen Hardin, Carolyn Santanella 2017 Gardner-Webb University

Volume 3, Issue 1 (Spring 1971), Karen Hardin, Carolyn Santanella

One Little Candle

Collection of poems and short stories. A special section is dedicated to the poetic works of students from West Cleveland Junior High School. This volume was co-edited by Karen Hardin and Carolyn Santanella.


Volume 2, Issue 1 (Fall 1969), Stephan Stojanovic 2017 Gardner-Webb University

Volume 2, Issue 1 (Fall 1969), Stephan Stojanovic

One Little Candle

Self-described anthology of poetry. Four descriptive poems from students in an experimental writing class from West Cleveland School in Boiling Springs. The first printed edition of the literary magazine, the previous editions being mimeographed. Photography and art accompany select works. This volume is the last edited by Stephan Stojanovic.


Volume 1, Issue 1 (Spring 1969), Stephan Stojanovic 2017 Gardner-Webb University

Volume 1, Issue 1 (Spring 1969), Stephan Stojanovic

One Little Candle

Includes short stories and poems from Gardner-Webb students, faculty, and community members. The previous literary magazine, The Green Scribe, is recognized for once acting as the campus’ literary outlet. This volume was edited by Stephan Stojanovic. The cover art was designed by Jack Clawson.


Volume 4, Issue 1 (Fall 1972), Carolyn Santanella 2017 Gardner-Webb University

Volume 4, Issue 1 (Fall 1972), Carolyn Santanella

One Little Candle

Collection of poems, plays, and short stories. Features selected pieces from contest winners. The last volume under the name One Little Candle. Edited by Carolyn Santanella.


Volume 1, Thirlen Osborne 2017 Gardner-Webb University

Volume 1, Thirlen Osborne

The Green Scribe

The Green Scribe is the first journal produced by the Gardner-Webb College English Department. It features a compilation of work from freshmen students from English 102 classes, with Thirlen Osborne acting as the English Department Head. The cover art was designed by sophomore art student Jeff Brooks.


Trepidation: A Film Project On Cultural Trauma, Courtney A. DuChene 2017 Ursinus College

Trepidation: A Film Project On Cultural Trauma, Courtney A. Duchene

Media and Communication Studies Summer Fellows

A trailer and a screenplay for a docudrama film that examines cultural trauma in relation to police shootings and the 2016 election.


Close Enough: Adventures In Fact-Checking, Ramona Wynne DeNies 2017 Portland State University

Close Enough: Adventures In Fact-Checking, Ramona Wynne Denies

Dissertations and Theses

These days, fact-checking is a fashionable term in the worlds of both politics and the media. On broadcast news, tickers run below the speeches of politicians, with claims annotated in real-time and occasionally labeled as false. In newspapers like the Washington Post and online information hubs like Politifact.com, writers invoke the term to flag reporting that aims to correct or clarify the public record. At times, "fact-checking" efforts are themselves called out for partisan bias or personal gain. The term is now practically mainstream, used in everyday conversation to indicate disbelief. ("I'm going to have to fact-check you ...


Animals Coupling: Stories, Corey Robert Millard 2017 Portland State University

Animals Coupling: Stories, Corey Robert Millard

Dissertations and Theses

We find ourselves at a unique place in American history: language is losing its value; decency--or "political correctness"--is becoming taboo; and our future is legislated by those who feel they have been left behind. The stories in Animals Coupling don't attempt to explain contemporary America, but they do attempt to demonstrate (through language, character, style, and circumstance) an expressive rendering of what it looks and feels like to live in the here and now. There is a sense of detachment threading through these works, along with absurdity, loneliness, humor and anomie. But though a minor key may ring ...


Cicadas, Gene Grabiner 2017 suny distinguished service professor emeritus

Cicadas, Gene Grabiner

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

No abstract provided.


Disciple, Jessica K. Sklar 2017 Pacific Lutheran University

Disciple, Jessica K. Sklar

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

This is a love poem for mathematics.


A Generalised Song, Will Turner 2017 University of Aberdeen

A Generalised Song, Will Turner

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

We consider parallels between words and music. We call a triple of structures, one verbal, one musical, and one mathematical, in which the mathematical structure is related to the verbal and musical structures, a generalised song. With the intention of exhibiting the potential of this form, we describe a generalised song called ‘Cube’.


On Pain Of Death, Declan Cummings 2017 Macalester College

On Pain Of Death, Declan Cummings

English Honors Projects

On Pain of Death is a fictional retelling of the story of Sir Pelleas, who, in Thomas Malory’s Le Morte D’Arthur, is depicted as a noble knight with unrequited love for Lady Ettarde. He follows her for weeks, repeatedly declaring his love for her, despite her clear rejections. In rewriting this story, I hope to draw attention to the fact that, by today’s standards, what he is doing is clear-cut stalking. By introducing a character with a periphery perspective, I hope to call into question how “romantic” these stories of unrequited love really are.


Barrel O' Fun, Cynthia Dobbs 2017 University of the Pacific

Barrel O' Fun, Cynthia Dobbs

Cynthia Dobbs

No abstract provided.


What Does Comparative Philosophy Mean To The Social Existence Of A Female Chinese Scholar?, Eva Kit Wah Man 2017 Hong Kong Baptist University

What Does Comparative Philosophy Mean To The Social Existence Of A Female Chinese Scholar?, Eva Kit Wah Man

HKBU Staff Publication

In this short autobiographical essay, I reflect upon what comparative philosophy could mean to the social existence of a female Chinese scholar like me. I argue that comparative studies have been beneficial to people like me who live in hybrid, ex-colonial spaces. Comparative philosophy has allowed me to develop, and hone, my own understanding of issues pertaining to feminist theory and aesthetics. It has also aided me in recontextualizing and reappropriating some elements of my Confucian background.


Live. Tell. Resist., Angel Vazquez, Kyle Liang, Anthony Zelaya-Umanzor, Rosie Mejia, Patricia Gutierrez, Kayla Hampton, MariaCarolina Gomez, Melissa Martinez-Sanchez, Harman Brah, Victoria Arevalo, Tyra Cecilio, Dion Dang, Camila De Pierola, Noemi Fernandez Luna, Isabelle Marin, Mackenzie Mead, Jason Munoz, Daniel Penuela, Andrei Pineda, Patrick Pozon, Larissa Ramirez, Jasmine Segovia, Julien Stone Zachary, Aira Wada, Jiaxing Yu, Ariana Siordia, Jazmin Quezada 2017 LMU

Live. Tell. Resist., Angel Vazquez, Kyle Liang, Anthony Zelaya-Umanzor, Rosie Mejia, Patricia Gutierrez, Kayla Hampton, Mariacarolina Gomez, Melissa Martinez-Sanchez, Harman Brah, Victoria Arevalo, Tyra Cecilio, Dion Dang, Camila De Pierola, Noemi Fernandez Luna, Isabelle Marin, Mackenzie Mead, Jason Munoz, Daniel Penuela, Andrei Pineda, Patrick Pozon, Larissa Ramirez, Jasmine Segovia, Julien Stone Zachary, Aira Wada, Jiaxing Yu, Ariana Siordia, Jazmin Quezada

First-Gen Voices: Creative and Critical Narratives on the First-Generation College Experience

This edition of First-Gen Voices features the stories and work of 24 first-generation college students at multiple higher education institutions. The aim is to disseminate a story about us, for us, and consequently, the dominant cultures that have yet to learn from our power.


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