What: Workshop on Citing Sources using MLA
When: Nov. 20, 1:30-2:30pm
Where: Zong C307
Who: Presented by Dr. James McDougall, and the Writing Center TAs
How: Bring your laptop, and any paper that you are working on.
Note: This workshop can be counted towards your required Writing Center visits for the ENGCMP152A Writing Tutorial.
Winners will have their work displayed in the Writing Center!
Submit your photos to april.zhou(at)scupi.cn by November 30, 2020.
What: Writing Center Workshop MLA Format, layout, punctuation conventions, word processor settings
When: Friday, Oct. 16, 3:40-4:40pm
Where: Zong C 104
What else: Bring your assignment sheets, outlines, drafts…Bring your laptops! Writing Center Consultants will be there to check your format, and answer your question
This counts as one of your 10 required Writing Center visits to fulfill your ENGCMP152A tutorial requirement.
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Questions? Email Dr. James McDougall: email@example.com
“Poetry lifts the veil from the hidden beauty of the world, and makes familiar objects be as if they were not familiar.” — Percy Bysshe Shelley
On Returning and Recovery: ENGLISH CORNER Poetry Workshop
WHAT: POETRY WORKSHOP
WHEN: FRIDAY, MAY 15, 4:00PM
WHO: YOU (LED BY PROFS MCDOUGALL AND O’DELL)
HOW: SEVERAL VERY SIMPLE AND HOPEFULLY INSPIRING ACTIVITIES TO CELEBRATE YOUR IMAGINATION
WHERE: OUR QQ GROUP: See our Blackboard Digital Writing Center for QQ group info. WE WILL ALSO POST OUR POEMS ON OUR ENGLISH CORNER SPACE
LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ALL THERE!
The SCUPI Writing Center in conjunction with the SCUPI Student English Association Hosts are proud hosts of the SCUPI ENGLISH CORNER. Bring a friend and get ready to talk!
Fall 2020 ENGLISH CORNER SCHEDULE
9.29 English corner, Professors’ story: Professors in SCUPI
10.13 English corner, Campus experience sharing: Sophomores
11.3 English corner, Discussing problems: Members of the debate team 300
11.17 English corner The balance between love and learning: Professors in SCUPI
12.2 English corner slang words used in foreign life: Sophomores