College Writing 301

College Writing 301

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Learn and practice the steps in developing an academic essay.

Description
  • Course Title: College Writing 301
  • CEFR Level: B2
  • Course Type: Self-Paced
  • Instructor: Richard P Carrigan, MSE
  • Available Lessons: 30 Lessons
  • Approximately 5 weeks to complete

College Writing 301 covers the steps in writing an academic essay. You will learn and master essay writing, summarizing, academic reading, in-text citations, and cohesion and coherence. You will plan, revise, and write an academic essay either on the causes or effects of poverty.

The skills taught in this course will enable you to succeed in university-level coursework. You will engage in academic research and learn to express your ideas clearly. In the final project, you will demonstrate all the knowledge you have learned in this course as you write the final essay.

Who’s the course for?

Our course is designed 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 readingwriting, and listening skills

What’s inside the course?

College Writing 301 includes 20+ video presentations, authentic reading passages, downloadable handouts, interactive quizzes, writing assignments, and teacher feedback.

What skills will you learn?
  • Reading – identifying main ideas and supporting details
  • Vocabulary – cause and effect collocation, word families, and definitions
  • Listening – explanations and classroom instruction
  • Writing – summarizing, in-text citations, and essay writing
  • Grammar – passive voice and gerunds and infinitives
  • Critical Thinking – drawing conclusions from articles and multimedia presentations
About the Instructor

Richard P Carrigan, MSE

Richard Carrigan has been an educator for over 30 years and a filmmaker for the past ten. He has experience teaching English as a Second Language in Japan and teaching university students in the United States. He earned his undergraduate degree from Loma Linda University and his graduate degree from Shenandoah University.

Introductory Video

Course Schedule – Spring 2021

PREVIEW THE COURSE

1. RESEARCH

2. THE CAUSE AND EFFECT ESSAY

3. WRITING YOUR PAPER

4. FINALS

FAQ

What is the refund policy?

If you enroll, you get a 5-day trial period. If for any reason during this time, you decide the course is not for you, you can request a refund. After 5 days, you can cancel your account, but a refund will not be issued. See our full refund policy.

Is the course 100% online?

This course is completely online. You can access all the material, lectures, and quizzes online without attending in person.

Will I earn university credits if I take this course?

This course is designed to prepare students for university coursework, and it does not carry university credit.

How long will it take to complete this course?

This is a self-paced course, which means students study on their own. The average student takes approximately 4 to 5 weeks complete all the assignments.

How long do I have to finish the course?

It is good to finish the course within 3 to 5 weeks. But if you need longer, there is no required time you have to finish your studies.

Can I ask questions?

Certainly you can. Your teacher will be monitoring and grading your work during the course. If at any time you have questions, you can use the Contact Teacher button at the top of each page.

Will I receive a certificate when I complete the course?

You will receive a certificate of completion after you finish the course and pass with at least a 70%.

What happens if I score less than a 70%?

You can continue to study the lessons until you pass. If you need tutoring, you can request a tutoring session at $42 per 50 minutes.