Sample Sessions

The WSU Teaching blog currently hosts sample class session descriptions for Composition Program courses. These descriptions were contributed by experienced instructors who have used them successfully. Each document linked below contains a brief overview of the instructor’s general approach to teaching the course, followed by the outline of one or more specific class meetings. If you would like to contribute your own sample session document or would like to request sample sessions for specific classes and/or activities, please contact us on Twitter @WSU_Comp or e-mail Gwen Gorzelsky at g (dot) gorzelsky (at) wayne (dot) edu or Jeff Pruchnic at jeffpruchnic (at) wayne (dot) edu.

ENG 1020

ENG 3010

ENG 3050



One thought on “Sample Sessions

  1. Love the enthymeme class plan! Using enthymemes as a tool for discovery and arrangement is really smart, and having students use them to develop ideas and build paragraphs on the graphic novel seems particularly effective.

    Posted by Gwen Gorzelsky | August 18, 2011, 6:24 pm

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