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The course focuses on developing students’ writing skills. Each section of this seminar offers a topical framework for examining the relationship between critical thinking, reading, and writing; practicing effective writing process; generating different kinds of writing; identifying and improving the elements of successful writing; and engaging with other writers from peer collaboration to research in a seminar setting. May be taken only once if a grade of “C” or better is received; otherwise a second course may be taken under a different topic.
Frequency: Offered each semester. Topics course.
This course offers students with college-level experience an opportunity to develop their writing skills around a more advanced and focused set of writing opportunities, practices, and outcomes. May be taken twice under different topics. The 1S- and 5T-domained versions of this course are, respectively, Writing 201 and 202.
Frequency: Offered each semester. Students may take this course no more than twice, under different topics.
Prerequisite: One semester at Beloit College or transfer credit equivalent.
An introduction to the theory and practice of tutoring peer writers. Students observe and conduct Writing Center sessions. Students who complete 230 are eligible to work in the Writing Center.
Prerequisite: second-year status or consent of instructor.
Prerequisite: sophomore standing.
Work with faculty in classroom instruction. Graded credit/no credit.