Cape Fear English Language Arts CCSS Conference. Victor Malo-Juvera, Ed.D . UNCW Michelle Manning, M.A., M.A.T. UNCW. Local Education Authority Partners. Bladen County Schools Brunswick County Schools Columbus County Schools Duplin County Schools New Hanover County Schools
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Victor Malo-Juvera, Ed.D.
Michelle Manning, M.A., M.A.T.
This session will cover the primary reasons why refutation or rebuttal is needed, as well as strategies for how and where to include refutations in written arguments.
University of North Carolina Wilmington
Department of EnglishDigital Writing: Strategies for Encouraging Production
This session will provide practical and fun strategies and project examples involving students in producing content for digital publication and distribution.
We will begin by exploring the definition of tragedy as it is realized in Hamlet and Macbeth and examining how the theme and the development of the protagonist in each play influences what kind of tragedy it is.
How does one effectively tie Shakespeare and The Canterbury Tales to nonfiction?
Once students have located and evaluated their sources, they often struggle with two particular areas: 1) integrating source material into their own writing (i.e., using signal phrases and citing appropriately) and 2) explaining the relevance of quoted or paraphrased material with their own insightful analysis. This workshop will present activities designed to help students understand these basic modes of research writing.
This session will begin with a brief video, covering the different types of plagiarism, produced by CFCC English instructors and students, followed by an examination of the plagiarism policies of both CFCC and UNCW.
This session will consider some vexing questions surrounding the issue of how best to teach grammar to middle and high school students, asking: what skills and concepts ought we prioritize, and how ought we measure "success"?