This handout provides tips for actively engaging with reading material, offering tips such as highlighting, writing in the margins, and indicating connections.
This exercise allows a writer to practice engaging with a text to create meaning from it.
This reading helps a reader better engage with text as the writer would, including things to look for: ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions.
An important aspect of being able to read complex text is to have effective literacy skills. This handout outlines how to break codes of written text, and shows how to critically analyze what has been read.
This handout breaks down how to interpret an analysis using an illustrative graph to show how this can be done.
This handout breaks down how to interpret reelections using an illustrative graph.
This handout breaks down how to interpret informative text using an illustrative graph.
This handout offers questions writers should ask themselves shortly after researching, and prior to writing. The aspects a writer should be aware of include audience, topic, and purpose.
These tips can offer insight into correcting conventional mistakes by utilizing both in-class and out of class activities.