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2013 Workshop Calendar
|Crafting Effective Thesis Statements|
In this hands-on workshop, learn what a thesis statement is and why it is important. Learn strategies for how to write thesis statements that are effective and clear.
|Essay Organizing and Outlining|
Learn the basics of organizing and outlining an essay. This is especially helpful before writing an essay but can be applied to an essay that has already been written.
|How to Paraphrase|
This workshop is intended to help you become more comfortable with the uses of and differences between quotations, paraphrases, and summaries. This workshop will give some pointers and will include a short exercise to practice these skills.
|Intro to Graphing Calculator|
This is a hands-on workshop to introduce new students to the TI-83 or TI-84 version of the graphing calculator. This workshop does not cover any of the graphing features, only the calculating features. Please bring your calculator, or one can be provided to you for the workshop.
This is a hands-on workshop for students who want to learn the basics of the Modern Language Association (MLA) format, which is used in the fine arts and humanities. Leave the workshop with several resources, including helpful links, a sample paper with formatting notes, and a template to use for future papers.
|Perfecting Your Punctuation|
This workshop will help students who need a refresher on grammar basics or student who have specific questions regarding grammar. Explanation and review of grammar concepts will be combined with proofreading and independent writing tasks.
How can you get the most out of the reading you do in college? In this workshop you'll learn more about college-level reading and what is expected of you as a reader in college. You'll also learn strategies for reading more effectively.
Tutoring and Learning Center
Truckee Meadows Community College
7000 Dandini Boulevard VSTA B106
Reno, Nevada 89512-3999
Telephone: 775-674-7517 or Fax: 775-673-7819
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