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Creating a culture of inquiry in non-research based courses helps students enhance their skills in critical thinking, reading, writing, collaboration, and argumentation. In English 101, some students feel like not having all of the answers about a text after a first read is unacceptable. This practice is designed to help college students understand and confidently discuss complex texts in a remote course.
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Inquiry; Critical thinking; Reading; Writing; Remote instruction; Collaboration; Discussion; Learning; Composition; First-year composition; English; Privilege; Race; Gender; Socioeconomic factors
Education | Higher Education | Literature in English, North America | Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Ratanapool, Aisha, "Teaching Challenging Texts and Encouraging Inquiry Remotely" (2021). UNLV Best Teaching Practices Expo. 143.
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