2500.syll.051 - ENGLIT2500:SeminarinPedagogy Fall2003...

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ENGLIT 2500:  Seminar in Pedagogy Fall 2003 M 6:00-8:50 CL 501 Prof. Jim Seitz Prof. Eric Clarke Office:  517B Cathedral 529D Cathedral Phone:  624.6521 624.2976 Email:   [email protected] [email protected] Required Texts Books Sharon Crowley,  Composition in the University:  Historical and Polemical Essays Elizabeth Ellsworth,  Teaching Positions:  Difference, Pedagogy, and the Power of Address Gerald Graff,  Clueless in Academe Richard Hugo,  The Triggering Town:  Lectures and Essays on Poetry and Writing Paul Kameen,  Writing/Teaching:  Essays toward a Rhetoric of Pedagogy Plato,  Selected Dialogues of Plato Authorizing Readers:  Resistance and Respect in the Teaching of  Literature Bill Readings,  The University in Ruins James F. Slevin,  Introducing English:  Essays in the Intellectual Work of Composition Photocopies on reserve in the Crow Room  (indicated by an asterisk*) *David Bartholomae, “Inventing the University” *Kay Halasek, “Redefining the Student Writer” *Martha Bowden, “Teacher and Scholar:  Reconciling Literature and Composition” *Marilyn Rye, “Using Composition Strategies in the Literature Classroom to Develop ‘Critical Readers’ and  ‘Critical Relativism” *Min-Zhan Lu, “Teaching Literature:  Indoctrination vs. Dialectics” *Yun Lee Too, “Introduction:  Socratizing Pedagogy,” “The Pedagogical Contract,” “Teaching Out of  Context” and “The Ends of Pedagogy” *John Brereton, selections from  The Origins of Composition Studies *Gauri Viswanathan, “Introduction,”  chaps. 1, 6, 7 *Richard Miller, “Thinking with Students:  Deliberations on the History of Educational Reform.” *John Henry, Cardinal Newman, “What Is a University?” *Evelyn Pezzulich, “Shifting Paradigms:  The Reemergence of Literary Texts in Composition Classrooms” PhDs” *Robert Scholes, “A Flock of Cultures—A Trivial Proposal” Course Description
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This is a required course for all new TAs, as well as a core course for the PhD.  Its purpose is to introduce  students to key constellations of texts and issues in the scholarship of pedagogy.  By the end of this course,  we hope seminar participants will have strengthened their ability to: articulate and revise a theory of pedagogy and its implications for college classrooms.  
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