Writing programs with an emphasis on inquiry might find these suggestions for learning outcomes useful. Included here, too, is a brief discussion of the relationship with inquiry and argument.
Types of workshops
This handout conveniently summarizes the range of peer feedback students might encourage depending on where they are in the writing process and how they're feeling about the draft. This material is drawn from Chapter 14, 'The Writer's Workshop.'
Dialogue with Dave
A handout that helps students imagine an audience for their work in a way that will help them think more deeply about a topic. Essentially, 'Dave' challenges writers to continually consider the 'so what?' question. This is new material in the 4e.
What's a good inquiry question?
This graphic demonstrates to students how writers exploring a topic can take initial factual questions and turn them into projects that involve judgment. This handout is from new material in the upcoming edition.
An image of 'Ruth's Vanity (the day she died)' which appears in Chapter 9, Ethnographic Essay. The image is quite small in the book. Project this copy to help students infer from the visual data what kind of person Ruth was.
Refining an idea
Handout illustrates how to use 'w' questions to take an initial reaction and develop it into a more thoughtful response.
Exercise 1.4 Survey of Writing Process
A PDF version of a survey for students on how they approach writing.
The Power of Narrative Thinking
Why should students be encouraged to write narratively when most academic writing is argument?
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