This one-credit course provides individualized and small group instruction to improve sentence and paragraph writing skills for professional and academic purposes. The focus on sentence skill development is on the types of sentences most commonly utilized for communicating challenging material (complex, and compound-complex with unusual types of punctuation such as the em dash, semi-colons, colons, and parentheticals). The focus also extends to discussions on paragraphing (expository, argumentative, narrative, comparison, and causal), and how paragraphs can be shaped to fit specific disciplinary genres and conventions.
WRI 405 (section 12923): Monday, 11am-12pm,
Instructor: Elitza Kotzeva
WRI 405 (section 12277): Wednesday 4pm-5pm,
Instructor: Corinna Nicolaou
These resources are meant to be guides and tools to aid in the writing process. For more assistance, please visit the Graduate Writing Center during our walk-in hours or schedule an one-on-one appointment.
- Introductory Paragraphs
- Building an Argumentative Research Paper
- Using Quotes Successfully
- Paraphrasing and Summarizing
- Strategies for an Effective Conclusion
For more help visit us at the Graduate Writing Center
Walk-in Hours (you don’t need an appointment)
- Monday: 10am-11am
- Thursday: 11am-12pm