Other Info and Essays:
ONLINE BOOKS, ARTICLES, and STORIES
conferences, and my online books and directories.
USING WRITING TO TEACH LITERATURE:
"Introduction to 'Seven Methods of Teaching Literature Using Writing'" (4 pp.; TYCA-Midwest; MnWE)
"Seven Methods of Teaching Literature Using Writing" (19 pp.;
CRITICAL THINKING AND THE METACOGNITIVE WRITER (ordered by ease of reading):
"Stories of Becoming a Writer": Four very brief stories of my critical process in learning how to write college papers (6 pp.)
"Writer Self-Assessment"--Three linked reflective activities for students (© 2008-9 by Pam Whitfield) (1 p.)
"Two Versions of Stages of the College Writer": A college writer's stages--one version for students and one for faculty (2 pp., CCCC and M/MLA)
"Lists of the Stages of College Writing" according to Bartholomae, Bloom, and Carroll (2 pp., CCCC and M/MLA)
"Critical Thinking in Composition: Heuristics as Tools for Exploratory Discourse" (39 double-spaced pp., CCCC)
"The Metacognitive Writer in the Experiential Classroom" (19 double-spaced pp.)
"A Phenomenology of Style" (26 double-spaced pp.): Existential death and rebirth of style
"A Phenomenology of Writing: Husserl's Cartesian Meditations in Composition"--Short Version (18 pp. w/1.5 line spacing, CCCC)
"Tutoring Writing and Reading": with Students in College, High School, and Middle School (by Richard Jewell and Ann Ludlow)
"Tutoring Vocabulary": with ESL Students in College, High School, and Middle School (by Ann Ludlow)
WritingforCollege.org: A complete, online college writing & basic professional textbook. (Revised version Sept. 1, 2012.)
Experiencing the Humanities: A free online college introduction to the arts, culture, myth, society, history, religion, philosophy, etc.
www.Meditationary.org: An A-Z dictionary of meditation practices with over a dozen short guides (new: Sept. 1, 2018)
Sample Cover Letter: "Letter of Application for My Current Position" (2001, MnWE)
See also other authors:
"What Grad. Students Want to Know About Community Coll., Part I" in Chron. Higher Ed. (2012).
"1166: Three Faculty Communities": Academic Labor,..." Tomorrow's Prof. (2012).
"1161: MLA Considers Radical Changes in the Dissertation," Tomorrow's Prof. (2012).
Sample Christmas story: "Reindeer" (1983)
OTHER USEFUL WEBSITES:
www.MnWE.org: Home of
"Minnesota Writing and English" State Conference & News (Co-founder and General Coordinator)
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