For ways to add an intercultural component: Foundations Writing as the Foundation for Internationalization

For a narrative unit on "flow": The Write Flow

For some ideas on the lightning-speed summer school syllabus: 101/107 Summer Schedule

For some tips on responding to student drafts: Tips on Responding to Student Drafts

For a brief list of grammar points: Grammar Highlights 

For a way to get started on your syllabus: Sample 1st Unit and Analysis Assignments

For a brief guide to dealing with grammar in your classroom: Gramer, Puncturation, and Mikanix

For ESL Composition Teachers: Tips for ESL

For Composition Teachers with Non-Native Speakers: Brief Tips for Helping Non-Native Speakers

For Composition Teachers Dealing with ESL Speakers: ESL Rhet, Grammar Tips, ESL Writers

For teachers whose students resist grammar: Good Grammar

For language lovers and ESL teachers: Creative Writing

"You Can't Write a Memo in C++"

For ways to teach analysis: Analysis Fun with Thurber: Ransdell’s Rough Analysis Types for English 101 & 107

For a basic plan for English 101/107: Syllabus Template with Course Policies

For 101/107 teachers: Informal Introduction to English 101 and 107

For help with commenting on your essay: Comments on Commenting and Tips on Commenting

For teaching punctuation: Practical Punctuation

For teaching 107 and 108 (ESL composition courses): Teaching 107 & 108

For reasons to use literature to teach writing: Teaching Composition through Literature

For a brief explanation of reader-response analysis: Literature as Transaction

For getting started on Rhetorical Analysis: Yes, I'm Going to Teach a Rhetorical Analysis!