The writing center - 11/29/11 The Writing Center The...

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11/29/11 The Writing Center The Writing Center offers the skills needed to become a better writer by teaching students how to apply these set of skills in their writing assignments. Students will find the WC to be really helpful, however, students are expected to find the mistakes when the tutor points out a grammar error. The writing center is located in the JPL building, and on the downtown campus. The WC consists of tutors and staff. “Do you have a writing assignment? We can help,” ("Writing center"). The staff and tutors are very kind. Students feel that they are welcomed and not ashamed of showing their mistakes to the tutors because the tutor helps the student finding the mistakes in his/her essay and gives advice on how to avoid making those mistakes often. They have a set of rules students have to follow in order to get tutored. The wall has posters showing the most abused words and tips on how to avoid them. They Writing Center is open from 8am to 8 pm, but times are changed depending on the tutor’s hours. The WC tutors are mainly graduate English students or undergraduate English major students
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course WRC 0103 taught by Professor Mrs.dixieshaw-tillmon during the Fall '11 term at The University of Texas at San Antonio- San Antonio.

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