WAC Glossary of Terms

 

The WAC program holds regular conversations with Writing in the Discipline teachers through its WID consultant program, workshops, class visits, and consultations, both to enrich the English 2001 Intro to WAC course with information about writing in the disciplines and to encourage WID faculty to build on writing experiences students have had in Composition. These conversations help us to build a common vocabulary for writing pedagogy that strengthens the unified writing curriculum and encourages transfer of skills and genre knowledge. Therefore, in order to facilitate conversations about writing and to have a common vocabulary when we talk about writing, we have created the WAC Glossary of Terms.

I. WAC and WID Terms

II. Process Writing Terms

III. Types of Writing/Writing Assignments

IV. Research Terms

V. Rhetorical Terms

VI. Responding to Writing

VII. Resources

VIII. Bibliography



*Terry Zawacki is an Associate Professor at George Mason University. She serves on the editorial boards of The WAC Clearinghouse, The WAC Journal, and Across the Disciplines. She was awarded the Teaching Excellence Award from George Mason University in 2011 and the David J. King award in 2013 for her continued teaching contributions to GMU.

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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

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