This session is on WEDNESDAY, October 13, 4:30-6:30 Mentor Training Session 6 – Topics: Advising, Grammar Review, People Who Can Help. Note: This session is on WEDNESDAY. Trained PWTS attend from 4:30-5:30. The second hour is optional for you. Trained ACES  (and PWTS who did Pre-Advising) need only attend from 5:30-6:30. The first hour is […]

Becoming a Peer Writing Tutor or FYS Mentor

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Students are invited to become Peer Writing Tutors or FYS Mentors if they have been nominated for the Ward Prize (for writing the best First-Year paper) or if they have been specifically requested by a faculty member to work with a first-year seminar or a college writing course. New Peer Writing Tutors and FYS Mentors […]

CTLR will hold three lunches this fall for faculty teaching first-year seminars. Peer Writing Tutor will be invited along with other members of the resource teams (librarians, ACEs, Educational Technoligists, tech tutors) and commons heads and Deans.  Trained PWTS can use this lunch as one of their three training sessions. Both new and trained PWTs […]

For Faculty

January 3, 2008 | 2 Comments

GUIDELINES FOR USING PEER WRITING TUTORS
IN FIRST-YEAR SEMINARS AND COLLEGE WRITING COURSES

Working as a PWT in a FYSE or CW class Working with your faculty member: o By the end of the first week of class, you should have already met with the professor teaching the class you are tutoring and learned his or her writing goals and expectations for the class. o Ask for a […]

Learning to Write College Papers This is a site I created for one of my classes. It has helpful handouts about structure, thesis development, grammar issues, integration of quotations and more. Feel free to use these links and handouts with the students you tutor. Norton Writing Guide

Working as a PWT in a FYSE or CW class

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Working as a PWT in a FYSE or CW class

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GUIDELINES

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