Three kinds of activity easily integrate into witing-intensive courses. First are the ones activities which focus only regarding the CONTENT, such as for instance lectures and discussions of texts. Second are activities related solely to WRITING as separate through the content concerns for the course. Grammar drills or sentence combining exercises fall into this category, but so would lecturing on writing in general or examining models of good writing without reference to the content. Third are activities which teach BOTH WRITING AND CONTENT. Peer critiquing, journal writing, and group brainstorming teach both writing and content as does examining model essays that are chosen for both the quality of this writing additionally the worth of the content.