Writing in the Disciplines (WID)
What are WID Learning Communities?
WID Learning Communities help students learn how to use and develop more sophisticated writing strategies in the context of their content area courses by pairing a small-unit English course (ENGWR 361) with a content area course that requires writing. The model builds off the "Writing Intensive" programs used in some California State Universities, like Sacramento State, and similar models used by community colleges in the City University of New York (CUNY) system.
PSYCHOLOGY + ENGLISH
Psychology 300 is full term.
ENGWR 361 meets for 9 weeks of the semester.
Description: These course sections combine PSYCH 300 with ENGWR 361--WID. They are designed for students who are interested in a general psychology course and want extra help writing class assignments. Students will meet for the psychology course as usual twice per week and one time per week in a computer lab with the writing instructor. Students will have enhanced opportunities to revise and confer with instructors as they compose essay drafts. Sign up by enrolling in each course in the Learning Community. See the two options listed below.
(NOTE: The psychology class meets for the full term beginning January 16th and the WID class meets for 9 weeks beginning January 30th or February 1st, depending on which section you enroll in.)
Natasha Fratello at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dennis Lee at email@example.com
|How to register: Enroll separately in the psychology course and the corresponding English course section. Students must enroll in both courses since this is a Learning Community.
Please choose ONE option:
T--ENGWR 361 (WID) 9:30AM-10:20AM Begins January 30th Section 13005
TTh--PSYCH 300 10:30AM-11:50AM Full Term-Davies Hall 204 Section 10106
Th-- ENGWR 361 (WID) 9:30AM-10:20AM Begins February 1st Section 13007