Author Archives: JimS

Three RD1 Evaluations: Tips for Success

[tinyurl.com/tstps6t] Last updated 1/12/20 1:57 PM Keep in mind that all our RD reviews this term, together, will account for 200 possible points, which is 20% of your total score. We’ll be doing four review sessions (for paper 1-4), which … Continue reading

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Course Description (ENG 100)

Last updated 1/12/20 From the 2019-20 catalog: ENG 100 Composition I (3) KCC AA/FW 3 hours lecture per week Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of “C” or higher or qualification for ENG 100 on the KCC placement instrument. ENG … Continue reading

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Syllabus (ENG 100)

Last updated 1/12/20  9:20 AM (Note: This syllabus is for all my ENG 100 classes, including 14-week, 16-week, and summer courses.) Course Description Scores & Grades Policies Required textbook purchase: NONE. Policy on Late Work  Am I Ready for an … Continue reading

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Tutoring

[tinyurl.com/y6mgeacl] List of Volunteer Tutors List of Volunteer Blogging Tutors Online Tutoring: UH Manoa Online Learning Academy (free for students on all UH campuses)

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List of Volunteer Tutors

[tinyurl.com/y4a8y49y] Last updated 1/30/20  4:56 AM None available. Volunteer: If you’re confident in your ability to apply our Checklist for Evaluating Review Drafts in helping other students with their drafts, email me (jamess@hawaii.edu), and I’ll add you to this list of … Continue reading

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List of Volunteer Blogging Tutors

[tinyurl.com/y5tem49z] Last Updated 1/30/20  4:42 AM FOR HELP IN SETTING UP YOUR WORDPRESS.COM BLOG, GO TO OUR SECRETS SITE AND LOOK FOR “WordPress Blog Tutor.” Volunteer: If you’ve successfully set up your WordPress blog and are willing to help other students … Continue reading

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Peer Review Process: Missing Piece Found

For sharing at LLL discipline (writing) meeting 3/8/19 Over the years, I’ve tried a number of different strategies to improve peer reviews in the writing process. It wasn’t until this semester, spring 2019, that I finally found the missing piece … Continue reading

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