The thesis

I lost track of writing about the thesis submission journey, which I now regret. It was a roller coaster. Mine has not been accepted yet but in the spirit of completion, here’s what I submitted (there was more to the portfolio but this capstone project portion). Angela Whyland Dr. Marlen Harrison LIT 690 2 January,… Continue reading The thesis

The Down and Dirty Elevator Explanation Version of the Thesis

Scene: Ang and Someone are on an Elevator together. Previously they asked what I was working on. THE RESEARCH RUN DOWN  (What is your research question and why are you, personally, interested in this topic?) My research question is how we can improve literacy and agency for English Language learners in college writing studios and… Continue reading The Down and Dirty Elevator Explanation Version of the Thesis

Working & Working: the Working Works Cited Page that is (currently) Travelling with this Project

Working Works Cited Page   Barry, Peter. “Postmodernism: Jean-Francois Lyotard.” Beginning Theory: An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory. Manchester University Press, 2009, 78-89. Bartholomae, David. “Inventing the University.” When a Writer Can’t Write: Studies in Writer’s Block and Other Composing Process Problems. Ed. Mike Rose. New York: Guildford, 1985. 134–65. Beach, Lee Roy. “Forecasting.” … Continue reading Working & Working: the Working Works Cited Page that is (currently) Travelling with this Project

Five by Five

Five by Five: Improving Literacy, Competency and Agency for Multilingual Students in College Writing Centers   If writing centers are going to finally be accepted, surely they must be accepted… as places whose primary responsibility, whose only reason for being, is to talk to writers. That is their heritage, and it stretches… back, in fact,… Continue reading Five by Five