"(Re)Invent Your Process, Part II: Context and Argument Development"
February 26, 2013 - 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm (already occurred)
Many writers start their task by staring at a blank screen, waiting for inspiration, only to procrastinate until the last possible moment and then turn in a paper that is underdeveloped or unfocused. There is a different way! In Part II of this two-part workshop, taught by Writing Associate Cassie Sanchez, we will move ideas from the organization stage toward the drafting stage by discussing how to contextualize and develop an argument. Activities for this workshop again will highlight how different styles of learning play into the later stages of the writing process. Participation in Part I of this workshop series is recommended but is not necessary. (If you do not participate in Part I, please bring with you a current or past assignment that interests you.)
Writing Center, Charles Pratt Hall, 101A
Catherine M. Sanchez (Cassie)