Immigration Essays Course Adoption

Adopting Baker’s Immigration Essays offered my faculty a variety of ways to engage their students in discussions of diversity, gentrification, and, obviously, immigration. Because of the structure of the book, faculty had the instructional agency to select essays within the text that best fit the pedagogical approach of their classroom.” Dr. Jenn Stewart, Assistant Professor and Director of Composition at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

The following are assignment sheets and extra curricular projects related to issues discussed in the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s current Read2Achieve book, Immigration Essays.

 

Curricular Resources for Educators Teaching the Craft of Writing

Literary Audience vs. Genre Audience Discussion Questions

Craft Analysis Paper Assignment Sheet

 

Curricular Resources for Educators Teaching Cultural Studies, American Studies, Media Studies & Immigration Studies 

Multimodal Project Assignment Sheet

Ed Johnson Social Media Campaign Assignment Sheet

Ethnography Project

 

Curricular Resources for Educators Teaching Research, Reporting & Interviewing Skills  

Rhetorical Analysis Essay Assignment Sheet

Synthesis Essay Assignment Sheet

Synthesis Bibliography Assignment Sheet

 

Additional Resources Developed for Classroom Use Include:

Lesson Plans for Creative Writing Workshops

The Personal & the Universal:  Using Statistics in Creative Nonfiction

Ekphrasis & the Archive:  Crafting a Text and Image Project

 

Assignments for Intermediate & Advanced Students of Creative Writing

Creative Project:  Immigration Essays

Critical Essay on Writerly Craft

 

You can download the full portfolio of curricular resources here.  

 

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