- Enroll in a one-credit writing support course
WRIT 205 Course Description
This one-credit course provides individualized and small group instruction designed to help undergraduate writers improve their sentence and paragraph writing skills. The sentence skill development exercises in this course emphasize the types of sentences most commonly used in writing assignments across the disciplines. The class also provides instruction on building effective paragraphs (descriptive, expository, narrative, and persuasive) and shaping them for use within specific disciplinary genres and conventions.
WRIT 405 Course Description
This one-credit course provides individualized and small group instruction on the “moves” used in academic and professional writing, including journal articles, theses, and dissertations, as well as writing required for coursework. Using the textbook Academic Writing for Graduate Students: Essential Tasks and Skills 3rd Ed, students in this class perform exercises that cover the essential and nonessential components of writing the sections of academic papers—introductions, methods, results, discussions, and conclusions. Other topics, such as how to present data in multiple formats, how to qualify results, and how to tailor papers to match the conventions of specific disciplines are also discussed.
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