• WORKING WITH MULTILINGUAL WRITERS: THEORY & PEDAGOGY

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    The Language and Rhetorical Studies Interdisciplinary Workshop invites you to:

    WORKING WITH

    MULTILINGUAL WRITERS:

    THEORY & PEDAGOGY

    Saturday, Nov 12th, 2016
    3222 Angell Hall
    10:00-2:30
    Featuring morning presentations and afternoon breakout sessions with:

    BRUCE HORNER

    Endowed Chair of

    Rhetoric and Composition, University of

    Louisville

    SHUWEN LI 

    Lecturer, Sweetland

    Center for Writing, University of

    Michigan

    MARY SCHLEPPEGRELL 

    Professor

    of Education, University of Michigan

    Want to develop your ability to teach the multilingual writers in your courses? Curious about the practices of experienced instructors from a range of disciplines? Interested in workshopping teaching materials to better address multilingual student perspectives? LangRhet invites you to hear three expert instructors provide insights into their own work, including considerations of translingual practices, embodied writing, and applications of functional linguistic tools for teaching writing. Attendees will have the chance to discuss applying these practices in their own teaching while interacting with these amazing scholars in a small group setting!

    Lunch provided by LangRhet
    We look forward to seeing you there!
    Ryan McCarty
    on behalf of LangRhet:
    Anna Knutson
    Elizabeth Tacke
    Ben Keating
    Moira Saltzman
    Anne Burke
    Anne Curzan
    David Gold

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