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Session 2–Getting Started

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Wednesday, February 22, 4:30-6:30 PM, CTLR, Library 225

What are we doing?

  1. We will answer frequent PWT questions.
  2. You will practice a 15 minute-version of the 30 min. tutor session
  3. We will explore online resources for tutors and mentors.
  4. Always bring your training folder to all training sessions.

Who must attend?

All new Peer Writing Tutors must attend.

Writing and Academic Mentors now working as Peer Writing Tutors must attend.

Trained Peer Writing Tutors must attend this session or Session 3.

Writing and Academic Mentors now attached to First-Year Seminars  must attend this session or Session 3.

Make-up sessions are only for those who have received prior approval. Bring your folder to every session

 

Spring 2012 Training Dates for Peer Writing Tutors & Writing and Academic Mentors for First-Year Seminars

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Spring 2012 Training Dates for Peer Writing Tutors & Writing and Academic Mentors for First-Year Seminars

Org Session   Thursday, February 16, CTLR, 4:30-6:30
Session 2         Wednesday, February 22, CTLR, 4:30-6:30 (Bring a paper of your own to Session 3.)
Session 3         Thursday, March 1, CTLR, 4:30-6:30
Session 4         Thursday, March 8, CTLR, 4:30-6:30
Session 5         Thursday, March 15, CTLR, 4:30-6:30
Session 6         Thursday, March 22, CTLR, 4:30-6:30

Please bring your folder to every training session.

Log training hours under the correct training category.

Training Topics New PWT (NOT FYSM) Trained PWT or Trained FYSM Trained FYSM & PWT
1–Org/ Begin Training Attend Attend Attend
2– Practice Conf/Tutor Questions Attend Attend 2 or 3 Attend
3– Macro-Micro/ Thesis Attend Attend 2 or 3 optional
4– Speaking/Writing in Disciplines Attend Attend 4,  5, or 6 Attend
5– Problems/INTL Attend Attend 4,  5, or 6 optional
6–Getting Help/Grammar Attend Attend 4,  5, or 6 optional

Optional Ref-Works sessions will be held for Peer Writing Tutors. These sessions will be paid by LIS.

Attendance policy for PWTs:

We expect you to attend regularly scheduled afternoon training sessions. Makeup sessions are for mentors and tutors who have legitimate conflicts (sports practice, orchestra, job interview, or a lecture required for a class).  In advance of the regular session, please e-mail for permission to attend a makeup session.  Make-ups will be given only with permission and in advance for a valid reason. E-mail Izzy Nuttall for permission. Izzy will consult with Mary Ellen Bertolini, and then let you know if you have permission to attend a makeup session with Izzy.


F11 FYSM Survey

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FYSM Survey

Training Session #6: Grammar Review, People Who Can Help

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When: Thursday, October 20, 2011 4:30 PM-6:30 PM.
Where: CTLR Davis Damily Library 225
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Topics: Grammar Review, People Who Can Help

Who Must Attend?

* All new PWTs must attend.
* All new FYSMs not previously trained as PWTs must attend.
* Trained PWTs and trained FYSMs who have not attended session 4 or 5 must attend.

However, all PWTs and FYSMs must fill out the Future Plans Form—either at the meeting or electronically.

FYSMs and PWTs in classes: Please fill out the class survey when you receive it.

Ref-Works session just for PWTs and FYSMs.

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Monday 11/7 at 4:30, Library 105, LIS will hold a Ref-Works session just for PWTs and FYSMs. This training is helpful for both you and your students. Lis will pay you for your time! You will fill out a temporary pay card while you are there.

Session 5–Thursday, October 13 for PWTs and FYSMs 4:30=6:30, Lib 225, CTLR

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Topics:

Who needs to come?

  • All new PWTs
  • All new FYSMs (not trained as PWTs_
  • Trained PWTs who did not come to Session 4
  • Trained FYSMs who did not come to Session 4

PWT Session #4—Writing and Speaking Across the Disciplines Thursday, October 6 · 4:30pm – 6:30pm

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PWT Session #4—Writing and Speaking Across the Disciplines
CTLR Library 225
* Tell us the writing expectations and guidelines of your major.
* Get comfortable giving oral presentations.