First Year Writing @ City Tech

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First Year Writing @ City Tech
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School
Arts & Sciences
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English
Project Description

FYW@City Tech is a program and a digital forum for sharing curricular and pedagogical resources related to teaching and learning about writing at City Tech

Recent Posts

Language Transfer: Tip Sheets for Ten Languages by Ann Raimes

Language Transfer: Tip Sheets for Ten Languages  Research shows that transfer from the native […] See MoreLanguage Transfer: Tip Sheets for Ten Languages by Ann Raimes

City Tech Library Resources for FYW Research Projects

The City Tech Library has recently centralized their Research Process Tutorials.  You can […] See MoreCity Tech Library Resources for FYW Research Projects

Writing Projects Engaging With Current Events in 2017: Some Suggestions and Resources

The FYW@City Tech program encourages you to talk to your students about current issues and, if […] See MoreWriting Projects Engaging With Current Events in 2017: Some Suggestions and Resources

Recent Comments

From Caitlin Murray: Came across this link from John Jay today that might also be useful: […] See More

CLIMATE CHANGE See More

RE: DACA, students could put together an informational brochure about DACA for their peers and […] See More

Recent Discussions

Peer Review

and it still hasn't. Oh well. See MorePeer Review

Recent Docs

ENG1101 Student Essays (Sample Essays)

Professor Rudden has collected and published several ENG1101 student essays about learning on the Writing About Learning Web site, which can be found at:  https://sites.google.com/site/writingaboutlearning/ See MoreENG1101 Student Essays (Sample Essays)

Summarizing an Essay (Handout)

Summarizing an Essay Professor Mushabac A summary briefly presents in your own words the main point and supporting ideas of a piece of writing.  For the City Tech midterm and final exam, the summary of an essay or article should […] See MoreSummarizing an Essay (Handout)

Writing Summaries (Handout)

Writing Summaries Professor Rodgers In writing a summary, you are re-presenting the information that you have read in a compact manner. Summaries are incredibly useful to know how to write, not only in terms of keeping track of […] See MoreWriting Summaries (Handout)