Join us on Monday 3/28 for #engchat

Even though many of us experience the Sunday night blues, we always have #engchat on Monday nights to help kick off our week!

Rebekah and I hope you will join us THIS Monday, March 28 at 7PM for an #engchat discussion on teaching analytical writing. Here’s a post we wrote for the #engchat page, along with the guiding questions for Monday night’s discussion! As always, please let us know if there is something specific you would like to explore together.

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Analytical writing  is all around us — in political commentary, in TV/film criticism, in sports writing — and yet the only kind of analytical writing we teach in school is literary analysis. We all know how limiting and unsuccessful this can be. We believe there can be a better way — a way that builds students’ analytical writing skills but also builds on their passions. How can we help students use their interests and the places in which they truly are content experts to learn the universal skills of analysis?

Click here to read more on the #engchat website!

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