Audience

Primary Audience

The audience for The FAVORS Glossary includes the following categories and list by student and program types.

Undergraduate Community

  • Developmental Writing Classes: Students who have failed a university writing entrance exam and who are thus subsequently and involuntarily enrolled into these classes.
  • ESL Student Community: Students who have completed ESL advanced grammar and who may or may not be in developmental writing classes.
  • English Literature Classes: Primarily for freshmen and sophomore classes, but also students enrolled at all levels.
  • Rhetoric & Writing Studies Classes: Primarily for freshmen sophomore classes, but also students enrolled at all levels.

Graduate Programs

  • English Literature TAs: TAs who teach freshmen and sophomore literature classes.
  • Rhetoric & Writing Studies TAs: TAs who teach freshmen and sophomore composition classes.
  • Graduate Teaching of Writing Courses: Programs designed to prepare graduate teaching associates for college-level teaching.

Professor/Writing Program/Learning Center

  • Professors of English & Comparative Literature
  • Professors of Rhetoric & Writing Studies
  • Professors of Teaching of Writing Courses
  • Coordinators & Directors of Tutorial Writing Centers
  • Lecturers/Adjunct Instructors and Training Programs for Adjunct Instructors

These are the categories of students and teachers representing the primary audience for The FAVORS Glossary.

Secondary Audience

The secondary audience includes all-level, all-discipline students required to write and submit academic papers.

In addition, high school students in advanced placement English (A. P. English) classes represents another category.

Copyright 2011 Regina Y. Favors. All Rights Reserved.

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