Syllabus Reading #1, and 1.5: Inoue Foundations

Welcome! To both launch and anchor our Marginal Syllabus, Asao B. Inoue’s entire 2015 book, Antiracist Writing Assessment Ecologies is included below. We invite you to select chapters, focus on our annotations first, or use this space to collaborate in any way that helps you transform the way you (and your students) assess their writing…

Step 1: Sign up with  hypothes.is! CLICK HERE.  Then click “Get Started.” You will get an email verification to authenticate your free account.

Step 2: JOIN our group!  CLICK HERE to join the SFSUMarginalSyllabus group.

Step 3. Link to the TEXT here (or CLICK the BOOK IMAGE below): 

Step 4.  Log in.

Step 5:Click ‘Public’ and pull down to SFSUMarginalSyllabus. Then annotate, reply, tag keywords, …collaborate and dialogue in the margins!

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UPDATED: Inoue’s 2019 book, Labor-based Grading Contracts: Building Equity and Inclusion in the Compassionate Writing Classroom

Step 3. Link to the TEXT here (or CLICK the BOOK IMAGE below): 

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Step 4.  Log in.

Step 5:Click ‘Public’ and pull down to SFSUMarginalSyllabus. Then annotate, reply, tag keywords, …collaborate and dialogue in the margins!

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Link to the original Open Source Text; not our Marginal Syllabus

 

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