A 2-hour seminar on Teaching College Writing—focused toward MFA students/alumni interested in teaching Freshman Composition, but open to anyone who would like to attend—will be held on Saturday, August 4, from 10am to 12pm at the Lindenwood Cultural Center Conference Room. The seminar will be led by Beth Mead, LU MFA Program Director.
Getting the Job
- creating a CV/resume
- writing a cover letter
- applying for adjunct positions
- preparing for the interview
- building experience to work toward applying for full-time positions
- writing a syllabus
- structuring lesson plans
- managing class time
- five things freshman comp students need to learn
- common errors in grammar and punctuation
- sample assignments
- sample in-class activities
- sample prewriting exercises
- using creative writing experience as a tool for engaging students
Mail the information below, along with a check for $14 (made payable to Lindenwood University), to Lindenwood University, Attn: Beth Mead, 400 N. Kingshighway, St. Charles, MO 63301.
EMAIL (registration confirmation will be sent via email; please print clearly or type)
NUMBER OF TLR2 ISSUES YOU ARE PURCHASING (minimum of 2, for a total of $14; make checks payable to Lindenwood University; issues will be distributed at the seminar)
WHAT ASPECT OF TEACHING COLLEGE WRITING ARE YOU MOST INTERESTED IN LEARNING ABOUT AT THE SEMINAR?
DO YOU PLAN TO BRING A CV FOR INDIVIDUALIZED FEEDBACK?
If you have any questions, contact Beth Mead.