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Quoting Worksheet

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Grading Sheet

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Paper Assignment: Analyzing Education

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Writing Transitions (an interactive worksheet)

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Lexicon Assignment (semester-long project)

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Prewriting & Preparing Worksheet

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Contextualizing Some Poems by Heine

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Paper Assignment: Psychological Realism & Character Analysis

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Teaching English@Baruch

Welcome to the English Department teaching site! This project is the result of a grant-funded collaboration between the English Department, the Baruch College Writing Center, and the Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute. The goal of this site is to provide all faculty with a space to share resources, exchange information, and ask questions. You will find repositories of syllabi for a wide variety of courses (required courses and beyond), assignments, handouts used for grammar and mechanics, and a wide variety of other high and low stakes classroom activities. You will also find forums for you to use to discuss any issues that come up in the classroom, or in your experience teaching at Baruch in general. If there are any materials you would like to contribute to the site or any suggestions you have for content we should include, please send them to us!
A private discussion forum for those interested in Teaching English @ Baruch to exchange questions and ideas. You must have a Blogs@Baruch account and be logged in to access the forum.
A crowd-sourced collection of scholarship on teaching and learning produced and maintained by the members of Baruch community. For the time being, you must have a Blogs@Baruch account, be a member of the Teaching English Group, and be logged in to access the forum.
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