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WAC Coordinator
 
Gloria Nicosia
Writing Intensive Coordinator
Professor
Chair of Communications
and Performing Arts
Office: E-309
Phone: 718-368-5591
Gloria.Nicosia@kbcc.cuny.edu 


CUE Director

Reza Fakhari
Assistant Vice President for
Academic Affairs and Associate Provost
Office: M386
Phone: 718-368-5029
Reza.Fakhari@kbcc.cuny.edu
The Assignment Lab

In L219
Telephone: 718-368-5405
In the Honors Program M377
Phone: 718-368-5365
KCCAssignmentlab
@kbcc.cuny.edu
 

Writing intensive work

What should you expect from a writing intensive course/section?

In a writing intensive section, you can expect to use writing in ways designed to help you feel more comfortable as a writer. You’ll use writing to think more deeply about course content and make personal connections, to reflect on your learning, and of course to communicate more effectively in the context of formal essay or research assignments.

Characteristics of a writing intensive section:

  • There will be a maximum of 25 students in the section.

  • 30% of the final grade will be based on writing assignments.

  • Revision of drafts, based on feedback, is required.

  • Students write informally as well as formally about course content, including their reading assignments.

  • Assignments build on one another, allowing for more depth in learning and more opportunities to adjust your understanding.
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