College Writing Webinars

Next Webinar: Writing Effective Sentences

Coming January 11, 2021

Welcome!

On Monday, January 11, we’ll meet online to talk about the ins-and-outs of writing strong sentences.  We’ll cover the different types of sentences and their common errors, but more important we’ll talk briefly about cohesion: connecting sentences so they flow smoothly.

You can sign up for this webinar by clicking on the blue button above. You will be redirected to our Canvas website. There, simply enter your name and email address and you are all set.

I am looking forward to meeting with you online.  Until then, take care.

Richard Carrigan

*This webinar is for intermediate to high-intermediate, non-native speakers of English who plan to attend a university in the United States and need to master academic writing.

College Writing Course

Description

College Writing builds a foundation for academic level coursework. Students learn and practice the steps in researching and writing a cause and effect essay. Students also learn about summarizing, paraphrasing, MLA in-text citations, writing cohesively, and editing.

Who’s the course for?

This online course is for intermediate to high-intermediate, non-native speakers of English who plan to attend a university in the United States and need to master academic reading, writing, and listening skills

What’s inside the lessons?

College Writing includes 35+ video presentations, authentic reading passages, downloadable handouts, interactive quizzes, writing assignments, and teacher feedback.

We teach everything you need to know to write papers for university assignments.

Writing Blogs

Writing

Read about collocations, in-text citations, paraphrasing, sentence fragments, run-ons, and more. . .

Grammar & Vocabulary

Review and learn to use grammar to effectively express your ideas.

Essay Organization

Learn about paragraph and essay organization, cohesion and coherence, thesis statements, counter-arguments, and more . . .

Contact Us

If you have any questions or comments about our material or courses, please email me personally at richardc@collegewriting.academy or use the contact form.