Writing Program

College Composition Writing

Composition Workshops for Spring 2022

Composition Workshops will be offered on Fridays at 11:30 am and 12:45 pm

both in person in LRC 241 and through Zoom; workshops will be recorded for later viewing.   

To register for the workshops, please visit

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfi_zCe9NB4zBANvjPcHqnu8iN_mwiffUQFuYvedxcvgtjAAQ/viewform or scan the QR Code below.

Date

Topic

1/28

·   Canvas Tips and Tricks and Helpful Online Resources (11:30)

·   Using Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Drive (12:45)

2/4

·   Constructing Strong Thesis Statements (11:30)

·   Paragraph Structure and Development (12:45)

2/11

·   Using Proper Punctuation (11:30)

·   Common Sentence Errors (12:45)

2/18

· Comp I Argument Strategies (11:30)

· Comp II Argument Strategies (12:45)

2/25

· MLA Formatting & Documentation (11:30)

· APA Formatting & Documentation (12:45)

3/4

·  Creating Visual Arguments (11:30)

·  Research Strategies and Avoiding Plagiarism (12:45)

qr code

Please email Lacey Veazey-Daniel (lveazey@rose.edu) or Sherri Mussatto (smussatto@rose.edu) with questions or concerns.

 

Students entering college need additional help developing the critical thinking skills necessary to write for all academic and other rhetorical situations. Composition courses at Rose are designed to help students through three main objectives:

  1. Academic:  Students will develop the ability to recognize and use the conventions of academic and formal communication in order to prepare for the thinking, writing, and communication skills necessary to be successful in academia.
  2. Professional: Students will develop the communication and thinking skills needed to be successful in continually evolving workplace environments.
  3. Transformative:  Students will develop the reflective thinking skills needed for self-authorship by preparing to take ownership of their personal and social roles through critical questioning. 

In all composition courses

The class professor will provide early assessment of each student's placement in the course and refer students who need additional skills to the appropriate resources on campus.

  • The professor will post the class syllabus in the electronic classroom associated with the course and will also provide regular private updates there of each student's grades.
  • The professor will provide timely grading on assignments along with useful feedback.
  • Students will explore the broad topics of culture, identity, gender, family, love, entertainment, community and civic engagement, the workplace, consumerism, and the American Dream.
  • Students will use one assigned handbook for both Composition I and II, which is available free as a pdf file within their course in Canvas.  The book may also be purchased in print form at the RSC bookstore.
  • Students must take and pass the final exam under proctored conditions during the college's final exam period in order to pass the class.
  • Grading in the classes will generally follow  the Rose State College Composition Program Writing Evaluation Standards

Composition I: ENGL 1113

Course Syllabus for ENGL 1113

Composition II: ENGL 1213

Course Syllabus for ENGL 1213