RC 2001 Mentoring

Faculty who are interested in teaching English 2001 are mentored by WAC consutants prior to teaching the class and should contact director Georgia Rhoades for a WAC Consultant assignment.

Activities for Prospective 2001 Teachers:

Meet with a mentor at least 2-3 times per semester

Have conversations with 2001 teachers other than mentor

Visit at least two 2001 classes

Create a basic 2001 syllabus

Attend WAC workshops

Get a letter of recommendation from WAC mentor to put in file for end-of-year report and teaching portfolio and to submit to Director of Composition and NTT Search Committee.


2001 Syllabi

Writing To Learn Handout and Assignments

Beth’s Three Approaches to 2001

The Vertical Writing Model

Reflective Writing Questions and Rubric Handout


ASU Rhetoric and Composition Program Website

WAC Clearinghouse Website

Suggested Reading:

Portfolio Teaching: A Guide for Teachers, Reynolds and Rice (please see WAC consultant to receive a copy)

St. Martin’s Manual for Writing in the Disciplines, Bullock (please see WAC consultant to receive a copy)

Teaching Writing Across the Curriculum, Art Young

“Inventing the University,” David Bartholomae

“Toward a Unified Writing Curriculum: Integrating WAC/WID with Freshman Composition” from The WAC Journal, Jonathan Hall

"Writing as a Mode of Learning," Janet Emig

“American Origins of WAC” from Landmark Texts, David Russell

“Responding to Student Writing,” Nancy Sommers

Engaging Ideas, John Bean (please see WAC consultant to receive a copy)





Contact Us

For information about the Writing Across the Curriculum Program please contact Director Georgia Rhoades at (828) 262-2075 or e-mail at rhoadesgd@appstate.edu

Writing Across the Curriculum Program
Appalachian State University
253 Anne Belk Hall
ASU Box 32033
Boone, NC 28608-2033

(828) 262-2075 (office)
(828) 262-2032 (fax)

For more information about WAC

Vertical Writing Model

RC 2001 Resources

WAC Film

Community College Support

Web Resources

QEP Global Learning