The locations listed below all link to discussions of "in-class writing" employed as some kind of process-writing. In-class writing takes a variety of forms, but always strives to help students generate ideas during class, both to enhance class discussion, and generate ideas for papers and projects. In-class writing is also used as a way of measuring whether students are doing the reading and how carefully. Some of the discussions of in-class writing in the context of individual authors can be taken as models for adapting various kinds of process-writing to open up discusion of literary works and cultural issues.
Course Syllabi with In-Class Writing
Early American Literature: From the Colonial to the Transcendental Age Angelo Costanzo (Shippensburg)
The Diversity of American Literatures: 1860 to the Present Reuben Ellis (Hope College)
Life and Thought in American Literature Edgar Tidwell (Miami of Ohio)
Studies in American Literature: American Renaissance Elizabeth Kesyer (Hollins College)
Instructor's Guide for In-Class Writing