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Active Reading Strategies to Improve Your Writing

Mon, 10/10/2016 - 11:30am to 1:00pm
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- How often do you read an article or book and later forget the main arguments and/or significance of those arguments? - Does this “forgetting” make your writing process more challenging? The way you read articles, books, and other scholarship influences what you are able to write, how you are able to write it, and how effective or persuasive that writing is. This workshop will introduce you to active reading strategies—such annotating texts and reading from a rhetorical and critical perspective—that will help you to not only remember the key points of what you read but also to write about what you have read long after you have read it. Employing active reading strategies will help you to engage with and make critical connections among the scholarly texts that you will need to draw on when writing your dissertation chapters and articles. In this workshop, you come to see how reading and writing and interdependent, recursive processes. Instructor: Kelly Crosby, Lecturer, University Writing Program Please register: https://goo.gl/forms/AwpOLT0Hd4eku9In1 Sponsored by the University Writing Program: Writing Across the Curriculum Program and GradPathways (Graduate Studies)