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Supporting writers and aiding in the development of their literacies is an immensely challenging and rewarding experience. However, before you apply, please be […]
Here is a list of the readings for our course. There are extra readings here, of course, in case you are looking for something to peruse.
Liu, Eric “What Every American Should Know”
(It’s a good idea […]
Assignment (i.e., homework) grades will be calculated in the following manner:
If completed on time, assignments will be given a check, check plus, or a check minus.
In English 110, you will be responsible for completing four THREE major writing assignments (in addition to smaller, weekly writing assignments). Click on the appropriate links for the guidelines for each […]
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Classwork / Homework
Historical Framework review
For next class: Read, Adrienne Rich “Teaching Language in Open Admissions”
Moving towar […]
Freshman composition, otherwise known as first-year composition, is designed to prepare you for college-level writing. Because writing is a dynamic ability learned over many years, this class […]
Some suggestions for a successful session:
Come to us with a clear goal.
Make sure you are able to say something like this: I need to write a response paper, a research paper, an annotated b […]
What is a Writing Consultant?
Writing consultants differ from writing tutors in a few unique ways.
Tutors primarily focus on helping writers on particular writing assignments or tasks. The tutor-tutee r […]
Our Writing Consultants
For the Spring 2018 semester, we offer five different writing consultation services:
Single appointments – The most effective way to see a writing consultant is to schedule an appointment with us. Call us at […]
“The first thing college writers need to know is that they can improve as writers
and the second is that they’ll never reach a point where they cannot improve further.” – Marilyn Cooper […]
Marco F. Navarro posted a new page, on the site English 110 – College Writing – Explorations and Analyses of Cultural Identity 9 months ago
Response Paper Guidelines and Rubric:
To make sure that you are consistently writing throughout the semester—and that you are receiving feedback—you will be responsible for completing six, typed, dou […]
For a printer friendly copy of this syllabus,
English 110.03: College Writing, Section 35055
Class meeting: M/W 1:40PM-3:30PM
Recitation/Conference time: M/W 1 […]