Students are invited to enroll in English 61, English 62, English 63, or English 64, which are all basic writing skills classes. Taught by an instructor, students receive individualized and/or group help in writing, spelling, and vocabulary. Instructors develop specialized programs tailored to meet students’ individualized writing concerns.
All 4 courses are offered for 1 unit, and students are required to spend 16 classroom hours in a small-group instructional setting and complete 16 hours working on individualized assignments in the English Writing Center as per the instructor's directions.
English 61: This is the first course in a four-course sequence. This course focuses on a review of correct written expression through the study of sentence-level language skills.
English 62: This second in a four-course sequence, English 062 focuses on correct written expression through the continued study of sentence-level language skills complemented with basic paragraph writing.
English 63: The third in a four-course sequence, English 063 focuses on using the writing process necessary to organize well-developed cohesive paragraphs with particular attention to sentence-level editing skills.
English 64: The fourth in a four-course sequence, English 064 focuses on correct written expression through the continued study of language skills coupled with basic essay development.