These workshops offer practice and instruction for students to improve their critical reading skills for university-level success. Students can select one or more of these workshops. Space is limited, so please register in advance.
|Reading Nonfiction||Thursday, September 24||10:00-10:45 a.m. ET||Online|
|Nonfiction supposedly tells the truth, but how do writers find creativity within this construction of the truth? Join us as we discuss influential and cutting-edge nonfiction texts.|
|Reading Fiction||Thursday, October 15||10:00-10:45 a.m. ET||Online|
|Fiction offers escape, excitement, and window into a world of possibilities whose limits we don’t yet know. Learn about the various genres of fiction, the formulas that they follow, and the rules that they break.|
|Reading Criticism||Thursday, November 19||10:00-10:45 a.m. ET||Online|
|Read any good books lately? Seen any good movies? Reading criticism can give you the language to describe your judgments of art. Sometimes, the criticism is just as exciting as the work it describes. Join us as we examine texts by several insightful and incisive critics.|