Interested in Basic Writing at 4C’s 2018?

Give these sessions a try!

Basic Writing Sessions at C’s

(as identified in the program by #BW)

Please refer to the Program Book or App for locations 

Thursday, 10:30-11:45am

A.09 The Un-Research Project: Turning the Research Process Upside Down

A.19 Using Technology in the Classroom: Attitudes, Labor, and Transformation

A.21 Labor, Embodiment, and Embeddedness in Accelerated Learning Programs

Thursday, 12:15-1:30

B.15 Toward Equity: An Exploration of Academic Roles in Corequisite Courses

B.47 Is This My Class? Placement in First-Year Composition

Thursday, 3:15-4:30

C.09 Theorizing Work in Peer Review

C.46 I Can’t Go for That: Basic Writing, Standard English and the Language We Use

Poster Session: Ready, Set, Go! Dual-Enrollment Composition Students’ Writing Experiences and Self-Efficacy for Writing

Thursday, 4:45-6:00

D.11 Bridging the Gap: Developing College/High School

Transition Courses

D.32 Examining Feedback: Favored Traits, Question-Based Lessons, and Online Assignments

D.35 Getting Over Ownership: Blurring the Labor and Pedagogy for Composition/Creative Writing

Poster Session: On the Outside, Looking In: Affective Practices of First-Generation College Students in the Writing Classroom

Poster Session: Transferring In: Exploring the Values and Language of High School to College Writing Transitions

Poster Session: OneNote: Revision and Reinvention

Thursday, 6:30-7:30 SIGs

TSIG.08 Network of Directed Self Placement—Changing

Assessment & Placement Practices

TSIG.19 Languaging Grammar, Grammaring Language:

Progressive Approaches to Grammar in the Writing Classroom

Friday, 8:00-9:15am

*****E.01 Council of Basic Writing Meeting: Collaboration, Community, Caucusing

E.41 Self-Efficacy as Transformation: Four Studies on Working with Student Writers to Help Them Believe in Themselves

Friday, 9:30-10:45am

F.18 Understanding and Addressing the Language Challenges of Academic Writing: What New Language Studies Show

F.19 Writing about Writing at the Community College: Transforming Practices for Diverse Student Populations

F.25 Mindfulness Writing: Innovations in Reflective Writing

F.29 Promoting Reflexive Reading Practices in the Writing Classroom

Individual Presentations 9:30-10:45am

Kansas City Marriott Downtown: Jay McShann B

F-IP.04 The Trouble with Translingualism: Instructor Ideology vs. Student Agency

F-IP.05 Context, Access, Identity: On Mainstreaming Adjuncts Like Basic Writers

F-IP.06 Transforming the Conversation of Laboring at the Two-Year College, OR Why I Love Teaching the One Course That Everybody Must Take but Nobody Really Wants to Take, or Teach!

Friday, 11:00-12:15pm

G.27 Reconsidering Course Design: Doing Ethnography, Reading Texts, and Keeping Commonplace Books

Friday, 12:30-1:45pm

H.08 How They See Themselves: Learning from Students’ Self-Perceptions as (Non)Writers/(Non)Revisors

H.12 Inclusive Pedagogies: A Framework for Redesigning Writing Programs to Support Access and Retention

H.36 Languaging in Sites of Writing: Three Case Studies across Two Universities

H.49 Building Purposeful Infrastructure around Extended Basic Writing Programs

Poster Session: Implementing Corequisite FYC Models at the HSI Two-Year College

Poster Session: Secondary-Collegiate Connections: Promoting Knowledge Transfer in First-Year Composition

Friday, 2:00-3:15pm

I.10 Over the Load: Revisiting the Labors of Assessment

I.18 Here to Dance: An HBCU Arrives at the Writing Center Party

I.44 The Unexpected Transformative Power of a Mandated Corequisite

Friday, 3:30-4:45

J.38 Demystifying Academic Research Genres through Rhetorical Analysis

Friday SIG 5:00-6:00pm

FSIG.09 Teachers of Adult Learners in Diverse Contexts

Saturday 9:30-10:45am

K.07 Transforming the Labor of Feedback

K.31 Bridging the Gap: Building Ethical Awareness across Institutional Sites

K.35 Seeking Justice for Basic Writing and English Language Administration through Networked Theories

Saturday, 11:00am-12:15pm

L.14 Not Just Text-to-Text: Incorporating “Outside” Perspectives, a Translingual Framework, and Non-Linguistic, Material Ecologies in Languaging Work

Saturday Workshop

SW.06 Reimagining Plagiarism as Educational Opportunity: A Transformative Workshop

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