Instructors are needed to teach:
WR 115 Introduction to College Writing
A writing course for first-year students to help prepare them for Freshman Inquiry or Wr 121. The course introduces college-level writing and reading, along with general study skills. Provides practice at formal and informal writing, responding to a variety of readings, learning textual conventions, and building confidence.
WR 121 College Writing
A writing course for lower-division students in which they develop critical thinking abilities by reading and writing, increase their rhetorical strategies, practice writing processes, and learn textual conventions.
WR 222 Writing Research Papers
Course will pay attention to available reference materials, use of library, taking notes, critical evaluation of evidence, and conventions for documenting academic papers. Students will practice organizing and writing a long expository essay based on use of library resources.
WR 323 Writing as Critical Inquiry
A writing course for upper-division students, which offers sophisticated approaches to writing and reading. In the course students enhance critical thinking abilities by reading and writing challenging material, refine their rhetorical strategies, practice writing processes with special attention to revision and style, and write and read in a variety of genres. WR 323 includes formal and informal writing, sharing writing with other students, and preparing a final portfolio of work.
WR 333 Advanced Composition
Essay writing course with particular attention to student's area of specialization.