RACE WRITING STRATEGIES
Prewriting Strategies | KU Writing Center
Pre-writing strategies use writing to generate and clarify ideas. While many writers have traditionally created outlines before beginning writing, there are several other effective prewriting activities. We often call these prewriting strategies “brainstorming techniques.” Five useful strategies are listing, clustering, freewriting, looping, and asking the six journalists' questions.
Critical Race Theory // Purdue Writing Lab
Critical Race Theory, or CRT, is a theoretical and interpretive mode that examines the appearance of race and racism across dominant cultural modes of expression. In adopting this approach, CRT scholars attempt to understand how victims of systemic racism are affected by cultural perceptions of race and how they are able to represent themselves
Strategies for ADHD Students to Improve Writing Skills
Strategies to Improve Writing Skills . Use whichever form of writing comes more naturally to you – print or cursive. For many students, printing comes more easily and requires less memory than cursive writing. Use a computer for written work. Ask for accommodations
Rhetorical Strategies // Purdue Writing Lab
There are three types of rhetorical appeals, or persuasive strategies, used in arguments to support claims and respond to opposing arguments. A good argument will generally use a combination of all three appeals to make its case.[PDF]
STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING WRITING - ASCD
writing makes students responsible for their learning; they cannot sit passively in the classroom. They must engage. The most powerful argument for teaching writing is that we are members of the human race, and as such, we’ve always had the innate desire to commu-nicate in writing. Prehistoric cave dwellers sketched
What is the RACE Strategy? An All You Need to Know Guide
Aug 20, 2019Informational Writing Students using the RACE strategy on their own. Informational text is nonfiction writing, written with the intention of informing the reader about a specific topic. They are written using special text features that allow the reader to
Writing Strategies: What’s Your Positionality? | The
Jan 09, 2017Reflecting on, fleshing out, interrogating, and conveying your positionality relative to a research orientation is critical to ensuring the validity of your research stance. After all, no one can be 100% objective. The researcher's beliefs, values systems, and moral stances are as fundamentally present and inseparable from the research process.
The Writing Center
Being a writing professional in the Writing Center is, in some ways, the opposite of being a ghostwriter. While I trained myself to be a skilled technician who treats the client as the author during my time as a ghostwriter, a writing center tutor’s purpose is to empower the client as a writer.
Race and Poverty Bias in the Child Welfare System
Dec 17, 2019The IAT uses a methodology relating reaction time to words and categories to elicit unconscious opinions. There are IATs to test biases for race, gender, disability, and much more. Strategies also focus on identifying and addressing bias in systems that work with children and families. Why Does Bias Matter?
Study Guides and Strategies
A list of collaboratively maintained study guides and strategies made available in over thirty languages. Articles cover every aspect of study and are formatted as bulleted lists.