Service-Learning Writing Project:
Collaborating


INSTRUCTIONS FOR SLWP STUDENT WRITERS: Collaborate with your study group peers in response to the following important questions about your community writing project audience, but respond to these questions on your own. Attach your answers to this worksheet to your individual SLWP webfolios. Be sure to remove the suggestions in parenthases as well as these instructions.

Student Writer

name
phone
fax
email

Organization

name
address

Contact Person

name
phone
fax
email


Fellow Student Writers:

1. <Name as link to her/his SLWP Webfolio>
2. <Name as link to her/his SLWP Webfolio>
3. <Name as link to her/his SLWP Webfolio> ... (continue as needed)

1. What do you see as the clear advantages of writing in a group?

 

2. Each member brings particular and often special skills to a working group. Individually list the talents that distinguish each member of your group. (Focus especially on those traits useful for a collaborative writing project.)

 

3a. What problems arose due to the unique demands of collaborative work? (Consider, for example, organizational, interpersonal, motivational, communicative, as well as decision-making difficulties; do not just say it was challenging to coordinate schedules.)

 

3b. How did you solve such problems?

 


URL: http://www.msu.edu/~jdowell/135/SLWPCollab.html
last updated: 11/29/04