Our bundle is here to give you a sample of the quality and scope of our materials. The Introduction to the Writing Process PowerPoint (PP) includes examples of how resource links are embedded into the slide copy, and as an example, it includes the same INSTRUCTOR DIRECTIONS and highlighting as all our other PP materials.
- Click on the above link of each sample document for download.
- Save each file on your computer or thumb drive; OR upload them to your cloud storage system.
- The PowerPoint and syllabus sample are customizable and ready to be updated/changed as your course learning outcomes and student needs require.
- The Bundle link will remain active so you can utilize it from multiple devices/computers as needed.
All materials are compatible with MS Word, Google, and Office 365 PC and MAC platforms. Each can be downloaded, saved, and renamed as needed. PowerPoints and WORD documents can all be customized and updated as many times as is required for your course learning outcomes and student needs.
Introductory Bundle includes:
Introduction to the Writing Process PowerPoint that can be used the first week of classes to introduce students to the steps of the writing process such as freewriting/brainstorming, outlining, drafting, revising, and finalizing.
- Features embedded resource links to further explain freewriting, outline, and revising.
- Like all of our PP materials, this file incorporates Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles, is accessible for screen reading products (geared toward those with visual or learning barriers), and will require minimal customization.
Syllabus with Calendar – Example Template provides a guided structure for building a syllabus to protect you professionally and best support student learning as well as creating an easy-to-follow weekly calendar. Our Syllabus and Weekly Calendar package and individual items are more detailed, but this example template gives you a great start as well as a sample of our materials.
List of MLA Style Resources that you can distribute to your students and use as resources when creating lesson materials. Includes 7 resources links that will benefit both students and instructors. One of few of our materials save as a PDF document.
List of Open-Source Instructional Materials includes a mix of textbook and reading materials that can be used to replace a textbook entirely or suppliment one in which you’re unfamiliar or displeased. There are also resource links for instructional and lesson plan materials. One of few of our materials save as a PDF document.
How to Customize English Adjuncts Documents (instructions) provides you with a quick set of directions for how to customize our materials.