Category Archives: Writing Tutors

An Open, but not Forced Discussion of Diversity

I was actually very taken aback by the article by Barron and Grimm in “The St. Martin’s Sourcebook for Writing Tutors.” As someone of a renegade faith and non-generic skin tone in America I felt that what the authors intended … Continue reading

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How Writing Tutors can better help ESL Students (and Native Speakers)

(This blog post is about an article that uses anecdotes to discuss key issues writing tutors must address when working with ESL students. Among the issues discussed are grammatical issues, problems with tutee-tutor communication, student embarrassment about coming to the … Continue reading

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