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Teacher Talk - Strategies for Reading and Engaging Across Modes

Submitted by Jacob Dwaine Huebsch on May 13, 2020 - 3:19pm
The Expository Writing Program and Critical Classrooms invites you to join Teacher Talk next Thursday, May 21st from 1:00-2:30 titled "Strategies for Reading and Engaging Across Modes"
As part of EWP’s Critical Classroom Series, Teacher Talk is a pedagogy conversation series that provides a space for graduate instructors, faculty, and staff to share innovative and equitable practices, discuss praxis, and build a supportive teaching community. In addition to the guiding questions indicated on the flyer and below, please bring any questions or insights you may have. Please consider bringing in an artifact you don't mind sharing with others. If you are comfortable and willing, we’ll take turns discussing each other’s inquiries, offering insight, feedback, helpful tips, or further thoughts.
For the Zoom invitation, please email
The following questions will be explored during this event:
  • How do you teach reading practices when engaging visual, poetic, multi-modal, experimental, and/or digital texts?
  • What are some works or genres that you introduce that students may not have engaged with before or may be unfamiliar with?

  • What is a technique/strategy that you find works really well when engaging that text/genre?