Welcome to ENGL 486! This site is intended to function as a live digital writing and publishing space for our course. Here you’ll find all important course information and documents. We will encourage students to co-author this site with us!
ENGL 486: Teaching Writing in Middle and Secondary Schools Spring 2018 | CRNs: 19256/19257 | Tuesdays from 4:30-7pm | 106 Grant Hall Instructors: Russell Mayo firstname.lastname@example.org | Andrea Vaughan email@example.com Office hours: 106 Grant Hall on Tuesdays, 7-8pm & by appointment Link to complete course syllabus: https://https://tinyurl.com/english486 Course Description How should we value writing in… Continue reading Syllabus
Russell Mayo | firstname.lastname@example.org | Office: 1827 UH PhD Candidate & Graduate Instructor of English Education UIC Department of English & Andrea Vaughan | email@example.com | Office: ETMSW PhD Student of Literacy, Language, and Culture UIC College of Education
This semester in ENGL 486, students will be completing their required early field experience hours as volunteers with 826CHI, a non-profit tutoring and writing center located in Wicker Park. As fieldwork is a required component of all English Education methods courses, students will complete 12 hrs (minimum) of volunteer hours with 826CHI in whatever capacity they… Continue reading Fieldwork