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“Anyone Can Code-mesh”

Here is the main presentation used by presenters Whitney Gegg-harrison, Sarah Lamade, Stella Wang, and Suzanne Woodring  at the Conference on Composition and Communication in March 2017. The full title of the presentation is : “Anyone Can Code-Mesh: Teaching and Tutoring… Continue Reading →

“Audience Analysis for Formal Assignment”

Here is a handout used by Suzanne Woodring for part of her presentation “Code-Meshing and Rhetoric: Engaging Audience and Language Diversity” at CCCC 2018. It is an example of a brainstorming activity for students to do when writing a formal… Continue Reading →

“Audience, Purpose, and Code-Meshing” 2018

Here is the activity handout used by Suzanne Woodring during her presentation “Join the Convo: Code-Meshing in the First-year Writing Classroom” at CCCC 2018.

“Audience, Purpose, and Code-Meshing” 2017

Here is one of the handouts used by Suzanne Woodring during her segment of the presentation “Anyone Can Code-Mesh: Teaching and Tutoring Strategies for the First-Year Classroom” at the Conference on Composition and Communication in March 2017. In outlines a four-part… Continue Reading →

“Code-meshing in Academic Writing”

Here is one of the handouts used by Stella Wang during her segment of the presentation “Anyone Can Code-Mesh: Teaching and Tutoring Strategies for the First-Year Classroom” at the Conference on Composition and Communication in March 2017. It lists examples of… Continue Reading →

“Code-Meshing as Multimodal Composing” Handout

Here is the handout that Stella Wang used with her presentation “Code-Meshing as Multimodal Composing in First-Year Writing Classrooms” at CCCC 2018.

“Code-Meshing as Multimodal Composing” Presentation

Below find the PDF version of the presentation ‘Code-Meshing as Multimodal Composing in FY Writing Classrooms’ used by Stella Wang during her presentation at CCCC 2018. Or, download the slides (.pptx file) here.  

“Creating Structured Class Discussions”

“Code-Meshing in Academic Writing: The Small Teaching Approach” is a three-page handout used by Stella Wang during her presentation at CCCC 2018.  

“Developing Argumentative Writing Assignments” 2017

Here is one of the handouts used by Whitney Gegg-harrison during her segment of the presentation “Anyone Can Code-Mesh: Teaching and Tutoring Strategies for the First-Year Classroom” at the Conference on Composition and Communication in March 2017. It is designed… Continue Reading →

“Developing Argumentative Writing Assignments” 2018

“Developing Argumentative Writing Assignments that Involve Code-Meshing” is a handout used by Whitney Gegg-harrison during her portion of the University of Rochester’s Writing Speaking and Argument Program’s presentation at CCCC 2018.      

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