CWC Classroom Visits

The writing center visits classes to provide an overview of the CWC and writing conferences in order to encourage students to visit the Center. We also can help introduce a class to peer response.  An overview of our two presentations are below.  

To schedule a presentation, email molly.tetreault@unh.edu or call (603) 862-3297. We will need to know the date and time for the requested presentaiton, course name and number, building and room number, and the number of students in the course. 

Connors Writing Center Introduction

This 10-minute presentation provides students with an overview of the writing center—who we are, what we do, where we are located, when we are open, and so on. We also answer any questions pertaining to the writing center.

Peer Response Presentation

Many instructors use peer response in the classroom to get students talking and actively taking part in each other’s writing and learning. It is a great resource and is the model upon which the Writing Center is built. However, peer conferencing is only as productive as the students involved can make it. Our presentation is designed to maximize the benefit of peer response in the classroom. Through a variety of techniques (role playing, modeling, discussion, etc.) students are shown effective and ineffective, helpful and unhelpful, and productive and unproductive methods of peer response. This 30-40 minute presentation includes a brief introduction to the Writing Center.