Paraphrasing

Paraphrasing

Incorporating Quotations into Your Writing

Incorporating Quotations into Your Writing

     
How to Summarize and How to Incorporate a Summary

How to Summarize and How to Incorporate a Summary

Plagiarism and How to Avoid It

Plagiarism and How to Avoid It

 
Resources for Writing Thesis Statements

Resources for Writing Thesis Statements

 
Classification and Division Writing

Classification and Division Writing

 
Tone and Mood in Essay Writing

Tone and Mood in Essay Writing

Argument Writing and Argument Essays

Argument Writing and Argument Essays

 
Transitions in Writing

Transitions in Writing

   
Writing Introductions

Writing Introductions

     
Logical Fallacies

Logical Fallacies

       
Instructor Resources

Instructor Resources

Designing Writing Assignments from The Center for Teaching Excellence at Wilmington University (This is a short overview.) Designing Writing Assignments Course Agenda and Resources from The Center for Teaching Excellence at Wilmington University (This includes a course description.) Designing Writing Assignments Course Materials and Guide from The Center for Teaching Excellence at Wilmington University (These resources include what include criteria to consider when designing a writing assignment, writing genres, and genre-specific rubrics.)
ESL Instructor Resources

ESL Instructor Resources

The following resources contain information and advice for instructors working with non-native speakers of English including, but not limited to, cultural differences in education, class participation, communication, listening comprehension, note-taking, writing, and presenting.

Tips for Teaching Non-Native English Speaking Students by Margareta Larsson of Georgia State University

Files for Faculty and Writing Specialists by University of Toronto

Recognizing and Addressing Cultural Variations in the Classroom by Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence Intercultural Communication Center-Carnegie Mellon University

Valuing Written Accents from George Mason University

Teaching International Students: Pedagogical Issues and Strategies by Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, University of Michigan

Creating Inclusive College Classrooms by Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, University of Michigan

 

The following e-books are available through the Wilmington University Library and also contain a variety of information and resources for instructors working with non-native English speaking students.

Look at me when I talk to you: ESL learners in non-ESL classrooms by Helmer & Eddy (2002)

WAC and second language writers: Research towards linguistically and culturally inclusive programs and practices by Zawacki & Cox (2014)

Teaching international students: Improving learning for all by Carroll & Ryan (2005)

International student adaptation to academic writing in higher education by Tran (2013)

Responding to Opposing Viewpoints and Refutation Writing

Responding to Opposing Viewpoints and Refutation Writing

ESL Student Resources – Writing

ESL Student Resources – Writing

The following links provide writing resources for non-native speakers of English.

ESL Students by Purdue Online Writing Lab

Writing Advice by University of Toronto

Writing Machine by Hong Kong University

College Writing for ESL/ELL Students by SUNY Empire State College

ESL/EFL Resources by Duke