Asking for feedback for your writing sounds great. But how do you do it? How do you know what helps and what doesn't?
In Common: The SLC blog
Words are just words. Or are they? Writing & Learning Peer Angelica Y. writes about the differences between conversational and academic English and gives us some tips for improving our everyday conversations.
"Writing papers is either the bane of an undergraduate student’s existence or, for the few like me, it’s an experience that can be learned from. But I didn’t always think like this..."
Writing and Learning Peer Harvin B. shares his thoughts about how students can rise to the challenge of their term papers.
This article was originally published in The Peak (SFU's student newspaper) and is re-published here with gratitude.
In this submission to the SLC Multilingual Story Hub, Myrthe de Haas explores critical incidents that resulted in increased understanding of both Canada and Myrthe's own Dutch culture.
Mythe is an exchange student from the Netherlands and participated in Dr. Timothy Mossman's non-credit course Academic Grammar and Writing for Multilingual Learners during the Fall 2018 semester.
If you aren't sure why you would submit to the SLC Undergraduate Writing Contest, you may find it interesting to read these reflections from two of last year's Honourable Mentions: Kate E., a former SLC Learning and Writing Peer Educator, and Mariam A., a current SLC Learning and Writing Peer and former SLC EAL Peer Educator.
Are you thinking about entering the SLC Writing Contest? Don't delay!
We will only accept the first 25 eligible submissions in each category.
By Daniel Chang
PhD candidate and SLC Graduate Writing Facilitator Daniel Chang offers some important reminders and tips to help take you through the end of the Fall 2018 academic term.