WRITING 100 - Transition to College Writing
Section: 001
Term: WN 2018
Subject: Sweetland Center for Writing (WRITING)
Department: LSA Sweetland Writing Center
Credits:
3
Waitlist Capacity:
unlimited
Consent:
With permission of department.
Grading:
Mandatory credit/no credit.
Repeatability:
May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit(s).
Primary Instructor:

This section of Writing 100 will focus on understanding and practicing several types of academic writing. We will explore reflective, argumentative, analytical, and research writing, and engage with contemporary topics and events. The courses prioritizes writing process development, revision, and how to adapt and modify writing approaches and techniques.

Course Requirements:

  • Regular attendance and participation
  • Working with peers to review and workshop drafts
  • Student-instructor conferences to workshop drafts
  • Personal essay on a topic of student’s choice
  • Annotated bibliography on a topic of student’s choice

Intended Audience:

Any undergraduate who wants to improve their ability to express ideas and arguments in writing; particularly undergraduates interested in writing about current events

Class Format:

This class meets for two one-hour sessions per week and will feature a mixture of short instructor lectures, group discussions, and writing workshop exercises. Individual meetings with the instructor are also part of the course.

WRITING 100 - Transition to College Writing
Schedule Listing
001 (REC)
P
19100
Open
10
 
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TuTh 1:00PM - 2:00PM
Note:

Writing 100 is designed to help students of all levels improve their writing, but is best suited to those who have yet to fulfill the First-Year Writing Requirement. Upper-level students should have a compelling academic reason for enrolling in Writing 100.

Normal waitlist procedures apply for students who attend the first two classes. Students who wish to join Writing 100 after the first two class sessions must email the instructor to set up a meeting to discuss enrolling. Based on this discussion, the student and instructor will then make a determination on whether or not it is appropriate for the student to enroll.

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