Since it's Teacher Appreciation Week, I thought what better gift to give teachers than a list of websites that will save you time. I love go-to places, and these five websites are fabulous and free! Barge and Class of 1866 Prizes for Oratory. This year, nine Dartmouth students delivered original works of oratory in what Speech professor Josh Compton called "a celebration of rhetoric.". Read More, dickerson Prize Winners, the Institute for Writing and Rhetoric extends its congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Albert I.
Designed to help the reader develop essential skills in reading, writing and reasoning. Written in plain language, the book encourages the development of skills in reading and evaluating texts, the use of clear and effective writing style, and in cogent argument. This post will help you learn a bit more about the mentor text lessons it includes. I love that there is bibliography that I can search through in a quick glance for my favorite titles.
It offers interactive activities teachers can use with their students as well as lots of printable reading projects students can print and make or make online, print, and put together. The last website is fairly new to me, and it's all about the news!
Rwit, rWIT is a free service dedicated to helping members of the Dartmouth community develop more effective strategies for generating and organizing their ideas, finding and evaluating research sources, and presenting and revising compositions in a variety of media.