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ISU Writing features three podcast series from the Writing Program at Illinois State University, “Let’s CHAT,” and “Beyond 101,” and "ENG 145 Podcast for Instructors."Our “Let’s CHAT” podcast series was named for one of our key program concepts, Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT). Our program differs from many general education writing programs in our active use of current research and theory in Writing Studies (and related fields that research learning and literacy), as well as our ...
 
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In the fifth episode of the inaugural season of the English 145 Podcast for Instructors, ENG 145 Coordinator Charles Woods sits down with fellow Writing Program instructor Matt Schering to discuss his approach to teaching ENG 145: Writing in the Academic Discplines as a multimodal composition course. Charles and Matt also discuss specific resou ...…
 
In the fourth episode of the English 145 Podcast for Instructors, ENG 145 Coordinator Charles Woods sits down with fellow Writing Program instructor Andres Sanchez to talk about Sanchez’s Adaptability assignment he has incorporated into his teaching of English 145.13: Writing for Business & Government Organizations at ISU. Sanchez chooses to ch ...…
 
In the third episode of the English 145 Podcast for Instructors, ENG 145 Coordinator Charles Woods sits down with fellow Writing Program instructor Blake Reno who contrasts the differences in teaching English 101 at ISU with teaching English 145 at ISU. Blake chooses to specifically focus on specific writing program website resources he has use ...…
 
In the second episode of the English 145 Podcast for Instructors, ENG 145 Coordinator Charles Woods sits down with fellow Writing Program instructor Michael VanCalbergh who contrasts the differences in teaching composition in the ISU curriculum with his previous stops in higher education. Michael chooses to specifically focus on teaching ENG 14 ...…
 
In the premiere episode of the ENG 145 Podcast for Instructors, ENG 145 Coordinator Charles Woods sits down with fellow ISU Writing Program instructor Courtney Cox to discuss the differences in teaching ENG 101: Composition as Critical Inquiry & ENG 145: Writing in the Academic Disciplines. Topics addressed include navigating a course one is te ...…
 
HOSTS: Maddi Kartcheske and Colleen Keefe In this episode, Maddi and Colleen sit down with the Illinois State University Student Body President, Beau Grzanich, to discuss the writing he does on a daily basis. Beau explains, in great detail, the vast amount of communication that takes place through a variety of media. Join us as we learn what it ...…
 
HOST: Cristina Sánchez-Martín In this episode, instructors Jeff Rients, David Hansen, and Tiffany Bishop all discuss a variety of assignments and projects they use in their classrooms to help students better understand the concept of uptake. Each instructor has a different way of introducing and integrating the topic at different times througho ...…
 
HOSTS: Maddi Kartcheske and Colleen Keefe In this special two-part episode, Maddi Kartcheske and Colleen Keefe interview executive board members of three different sororities/fraternities to discover some of the unseen writing practices that are crucial to Greek Life. The first episode deals with the day-to-day activities of two established cha ...…
 
HOSTS: Maddi Kartcheske and Colleen Keefe In this special two-part episode, Maddi Kartcheske and Colleen Keefe interview executive board members of three different sororities/fraternities to discover some of the unseen writing practices that are crucial to Greek Life. The first episode deals with the day-to-day activities of two established cha ...…
 
HOST: Cristina Sánchez-Martín In this episode, writing instructor Courtney Cox and consultant Demet Yigitbilek talk about how learning outcomes 7 (multimodality and multimedia) and 8 (translingualism and cultural approaches to literate practices) come together in their teaching and consulting sessions. Their unique insights into their own pedag ...…
 
HOSTS: Maddi Kartcheske and Mackenzie Flowers In this episode Maddie and Mackenzie will sit down with two group leaders from the ISU Alternative Breaks program to learn more about this fun program at ISU that provides opportunities to volunteer and lead community service projects over winter and spring breaks. This job is largely hands-on, but ...…
 
HOSTS: Maddi Kartcheske and Mackenzie Flowers In this episode Maddie and Mackenzie will sit down with two group leaders from the ISU Alternative Breaks program to learn more about this fun program at ISU that provides opportunities to volunteer and lead community service projects over winter and spring breaks. This job is largely hands-on, but ...…
 
HOST: Cristina Sánchez-Martín In the second part of the transnational genres series, writing instructors and MA students Su Yin Khor and Karlie Rodriguez tell us about their boundary-crossing genre knowledge and how this might become handy in different studenting and teaching contexts, from Sweden and Puerto Rico to the U.S. One of their take-a ...…
 
HOST: Cristina Sánchez-Martín In the first part of the transnational genres series, writing instructors and PhD students Reda Mohammed, Claudia Sánchez and Hannah Kroonblawd talk about how they utilize their knowledge on writing practices in Egypt, Spain, Ireland and China as they move across different situations. Though they discuss a variety ...…
 
HOSTS: Cristina Sánchez-Martín & Shane Combs In this episode, Karishma Verma and Andrew Del Mastro discuss their experiences moving across the stages of being ENG 101 students, ENG 101 consultants and ENG 101 instructors in our Writing Program. While reflecting on their learning of how to transform their knowledge, they offer practical advice t ...…
 
HOST: Cristina Sánchez-Martín In this episode, Wesley Jacques and Bailey Craig engage in a conversation about how they, as users of mainstream varieties of English, navigate translingual and transcultural genres. As an ENG 101 student, Bailey also discusses some of the ideas she has been taking up in her class and asks Wesley questions pertaini ...…
 
HOST: Cristina Sánchez-Martín In this episode of Let’s CHAT, our guests Danielle Sutton and Jillian Merrifield share peer-assessment activities from their ENG 101 courses. Instructors will better understand what integrating peer-assessment in their course plans entails. Finally, Danielle and Jillian discuss how Learning Outcome 2 (Peer and Self ...…
 
HOSTS: Nathan Schmidt and Annie Hackett In this food packed episode, our hosts, Annie and Nathan, learn what makes a perfect calzone with the owner of D.P. Dough in uptown Normal, and gain some behind-the-griddle perspectives with the freshman hiring manager of Watterson Dining Center. Let’s dig in!
 
HOST: Evan Nave This podcast asks a former Consultant to reflect back on her experiences in ENG 101.10 and offer advice to incoming Consultants. In sharing what she wished she would have known at the beginning of her work as a Consultant, this guest passes along valuable information for those Masters and PhD students who are preparing for their ...…
 
HOST: Evan Nave In this podcast, a former Consultant shares the skills, behaviors, and dispositions that served him well during the two semesters he spent working with ENG 101.10 students at ISU. He offers insights into the inner workings of ENG 101.10 and explains how he successfully navigated the structures of Study Group Sessions and 1-On-1 ...…
 
HOST: Evan Nave Everyone has expectations for what their responsibilities will be as Consultants within ISU’s Writing Program. “What will I be asked to do?” “How will I spend my time as a Consultant?” What are the learning needs of first-year writing students?” All of these questions are addressed in this podcast featuring a first-year M.A. Con ...…
 
HOST: Evan Nave What does a Consultant actually do within ENG 101.10? This podcast is all about the planning, development, and execution of activities within Study Group Sessions and 1-On-1 Sessions. Here, a successful former Consultant offers her suggestions for how to lead and facilitate genre studies/CHAT learning with ENG 101.10 students. G ...…
 
HOST: Evan Nave ENG 101.10 requires that Consultants build and maintain varied professional relationships and lines of communication (with students, instructors, other Consultants, the ENG 101.10 Coordinator, other members of the Writing Program Leadership Team, etc.). In this podcast, two former Consultants outline the ways they utilized resou ...…
 
HOST: Evan Nave In this podcast, an experienced former ENG 101.10 Consultant shares how his experiences in ENG 101.10 impacted his eventual teaching of ENG 101. In the process, we learn how some of the skills and dispositions acquired as a Consultant support one’s design of ENG 101. Guest: Eric More ?…
 
HOST: Evan Nave This podcast shares the personal accounts of the positive and constructive interactions experienced Consultants have had with ENG 101.10 students in past semesters. Two Consultants (1 first-year Masters student and 1 second-year Masters student) describe the challenges and rewards of working with ENG 101.10 students, a populatio ...…
 
HOSTS: Jeremy Hurley and Deb Riggert-Kieffer This special edition episode focuses on the experiences of implementing CHAT in the classroom from the perspective of an NTT faculty member with experience utilizing the rhetorical triangle model and a PhD student who has been working with a CHAT framework for three years. Deb and Jeremy had quite a ...…
 
HOST: THADDEUS STOKLASA These advanced instructors impart their knowledge, foibles, misconceptions, and reconceptions. It’s a fascinating interview with two people who know their craft and are still honing it. Helpful for incoming instructors and experienced ones. April 17, 2015 More ?
 
HOST: THADDEUS STOKLASA A helpful guide through the MA experience. From orientation, to the usefulness/travails of consulting, to finally teaching one’s first class. March 23, 2015 More ?
 
HOST: THADDEUS STOKLASA This conversation focuses on the journey of teaching in our program while simultaneously learning how to teach in our program. Please excuse the rattlesnake that kept getting near the recording equipment. March 2, 2015 More ?
 
HOST: THADDEUS STOKLASA The panel discusses uptake genre. What makes them so hard, are they bullshit, and whether it’s important for the students to recognize how much they’ve…well, taken up. November 18, 2014 More ?
 
HOST: THADDEUS STOKLASA Our panelists discuss strategies and practical application of the hows, whys, whens, and whats teaching students to incorporate non-school genres in their concept of composition. October 27, 2014 More ?
 
HOST: CHAMERE POOLE Chamere Poole speaks with members of the Writing Program’s Experimental Teaching Group about introducing and assessing uptake genres in the writing classroom. April 22, 2014 More ?
 
HOST: CHAMERE POOLE The group discussed the ways they’ve applied CHAT to their own scholarship, and then how that has informed their classroom teaching. March 27, 2014 More ?
 
HOST: CHAMERE POOLE The discussion addressed how students view these concepts of transfer and trajectory and the strategies for using Grassroots and other resources to help student undertake effective decision-making in their writing research. March 5, 2014 More ?
 
HOST: CHAMERE POOLE The Critical Inquiry Ambassadors discuss the relationships between ENG 101, COM 110, and research at Milner Library. Topics include commonalities in terminology, research aptitudes, transfer, and how to continue this collaboration between ENG 101, COM 110, and Milner Library. February 10, 2014 More ?…
 
HOST: CHAMERE POOLE Our first podcast episode! And we’re diving right into CHAT, but thankfully, we’ve got three lovely instructors to walk us through it. More ?
 
HOSTS: Nathan Schmidt and Annie Hackett In this exciting episode, our new podcast hosts, Annie and Nathan, investigate how writing works in the circus. With guests from Milner Library and Gamma Phi Circus Troupe, Annie and Nathan explore a “sparkling, exciting, stupendous” range of literate activity related to the Greatest Show on earth! More ?…
 
HOST: MICHELLE WRIGHT In this episode, students return to talk about their experience in ENG 101 and how that’s influenced their following semesters. More ?
 
HOST: MICHELLE WRIGHT To kick off this new podcast, Michelle Wright invites her former students back for a discussion about their collective experience with ENG 101. More ?
 
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