Writing Tutorial Groups

Writing Tutorial Groups Now Available for Spring 2015 Registration

ACEN100 First-Year Writing Tutorial T 11:00-11:50 a.m.in Lilly304

Credits: 1

Develop essential writing knowledge and skills including planning, writing thesis statements, researching, citing, revising, and editing. Gain confidence writing academically through practicing writing in-class and workshopping writing from other classes (for first-year students).

ACEN210 Grammar in Context Writing Tutorial W 3:00-3:50 p.m. in Lilly304

Credits: 1

Gain confidence in your ability to create clean, grammatically correct writing. Explore punctuation and sentence structure through games, quizzes, in-class writing, workshopping writing from other classes, and presenting. Develop the skills to effectively recognize and respond to grammatical errors in writing.

ACEN200 ELL Writing Tutorial M 3:00-3:50 p.m. in Lilly304

Credits: 1

Gain an understanding of the expectations of writing in the English language. Learn about the different genres of papers assigned in an English curriculum, as well as, formatting and citation requirements. Gain strategies for recognizing common English grammar mistakes and widen vocabulary.

ACEN300 Advanced Writing Tutorial R 3:00-3:50 p.m. in Lilly304

Credits: 1

Develop advanced writing skills in genre-specific writing. Research and practice discipline-specific writing expectations in your major to improve writing in an advanced academic setting and for your future career (junior/senior level class standing required).

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