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Wilfrid Laurier University Centre for Student Success
May 29, 2016
 
 
Canadian Excellence

Go Go Grammar!



GO GO GRAMMAR!

Workshop Series - Level 1



*** WINTER 2016 (Series 2) registration is now open! ***

***This series begins after reading week.***



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Are you interested in improving your knowledge of grammar? If so, we invite you to attend the Writing Centre’s 6-session Go Go Grammar! workshop series. It's free!

This year''s Go Go Grammar instructor is Maggie Clark. She looks forward to working with you!

Each Go Go Grammar session will include:

  1. focused instruction on a grammar issue, and
  2. student-centred application of grammar rules

Participants are required to:

  1. register for all 6 sessions in the series
  2. provide a writing sample (to work on in each session)

Winter 2015 schedule (begins after reading week)

Level 1 will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:30pm to 1:20pm in the Library Learning Lab (main floor of the library). Participants must attend all 6 sessions over the 3-week period:

Mon. Feb. 22

Wed. Feb. 24

Mon. Feb. 29

Wed. Mar. 2

Mon. Mar. 7 (this will be held in Library room #314)

Wed. Mar. 9

REGISTER HERE.

You can read more about the series here (Level 1). 

Sign-up is limited to 15 participants in each section. Participants are required to attend all 6 sessions. Participants will be required to upload a paper (current or past). This paper will be used during the workshop series.

REGISTER HERE.



If you have any questions, email Jordana at jgarbati@wlu.ca.

We wish to thank the Student Life Levy for supporting this initiative in 2014-2015.

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DID YOU KNOW?   You can get a Writing Certificate on your Laurier Co-curricular Record

If you attend one full workshop series (e.g., Go Go Grammar!) over the 2014-15 academic year and participate in two 50-minute tutoring sessions devoted to your current writing assignments, you can receive acknowledgement of your writing development on your Co-curricular Record.  Please contact the Writing Centre if you have questions.