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|WRTG 111 - Writing Studio I|
Offers additional support in developing academic literacies for students who are co-enrolled in the Drew Seminar. The studio will not have reading and writing assignments of its own; instead, the work will draw from the seminar assignments and require students to write additional drafts of papers. Instructors will offer additional practice in acquiring writing conventions, critical thinking, and the writing process. Activities will include instructor-led peer review of student writing, also known as "workshopping"; direct instruction in conventions of syntax, punctuation, and style; additional practice with citing sources, accurate paraphrase, and avoiding plagiarism; one-on-one and small-group work with class readings; andwork during and outside of class with texts on writing.
Placement into WRTG 111 will take place in the registration and advising period.
2.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Studio
English-The Arts Division