Here’s a brief lesson on thesis statements titled “What’s the Point?” Anyone who’s an educator (or just thinks this lesson is worth sharing) should feel free to use it! I do, however, suggest watching it in full-screen mode, as some of the print is small.
As you may have guessed from the lack of posts on my blog lately, I’m gearing up for another semester of teaching. This semester, I’m trying to put together a few mini-lessons on writing for an online section of ENG 101 that I picked up at the last minute. Here’s a lesson on effective titles that I’ve been working on for the past couple of days. With any luck, I’ll get better with practice and start knocking these out a little more quickly!
Which author would I invite to dinner if given the chance? The answer might surprise you! Check out The Sandy Side of Life: The Singular Exploits of an Author, Blogger, and Book Reviewer – An Interview with Marc Schuster. And if you’re curious about Sandy Green’s work, check out my review of her 2010 poetry collection, Pacing the Moon.