Another one of my favorite resources. Sure it has a bunch of videos, but it contains a variety of useful tips and tricks from writing to meditation. I honestly got through this semester by using YouTube for academic and mental purposes. You just have to know what you’re searching for and stay focused on the goal.
This website is something that will help teachers have a more inclusive classroom. It provides resources such as lesson plans, teaching strategies, and learning plans. This is a site that I will be frequenting to get my footing, and keep my footing, when I am teaching my first FYC course.
By Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein
I used this book in Intro to Professional Writing and find it very useful for FYC because it helps structure arguments and rebuttals. With examples and sample phrasing, this book can help any prepare to address nearly any topic.
by Stanley Fish
Another great book that helped me formulate a new way to contextualize ideas for a variety of writing types. This book really helps students focus on the importance of the words and how they help a sentence (and the works they’re discussing).
by Anne Lamott
Anne Lamott’s text discusses her writing processes and put’s writers at ease with different instructions on writing (and life). This book highlights some important information that helps writers, new and seasoned, when it comes to being confident about what they draft.
This website has been a life saver since I started my academic career. With resources to help write citations behind and learning various formatting styles, this website is by far the best resource to use when drafting your academic paper.