Writing Lab Courses


The COS Writing Lab offers a variety of courses designed to help students build writing skills and confidence. What's the benefit of enrolling in a Writing Lab course? One-on-one instruction. When you sign up for a Lab course, you'll benefit from working with an English instructor one-on-one throughout the semester. The benefits of individualized instruction are vast. If you're looking to improve your spelling, vocabulary, paragraph, essay, creative writing, or resume writing skills, take a look at the following courses. Send us an e-mail or call us at (530) 938-5325 if you want to learn more!

ENGL 0860

Spelling Improvement A concentrated individualized instruction in language art skills (writing, reading, speaking, listening). Most instruction will be remedial and students will require varying amounts of time to develop their skills so that their time will be scheduled to meet needs.

ENGL 0861

Vocabulary Development A concentrated individualized instruction in language art skills (writing, reading, speaking, listening). Most instruction will be remedial and students will require varying amounts of time to develop their skills so that their time will be scheduled to meet needs.

ENGL 0862

Paragraph Development This course provides concentrated, individualized instruction in developing essay writing skills through exploration of the writing process and the conventions of essay organization.

ENGL 0864

Essay Development This course provides concentrated, individualized instruction in developing essay writing skills through exploration of the writing process and the conventions of essay organization. This course may be taken for credit a total of 2 times.

ENGL 0870

Writing Lab An open-entry course providing individualized instruction in writing.

ENGL 0873

Writing for Your Future This course provides individualized writing instruction for students seeking

educational or career advancement. Students will develop writing skills necessary to produce exemplary résumés, cover letters, and/or personal statements for college and scholarship applications. This course also includes basic word processing instruction.

 

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