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TYPES OF ESSAYS WORKSHOP

Instructor: Sandra Shackelford, CMN Writing Specialist

Date/Time/Location:

  • Wednesday, October 12, 11-12 p.m. at the CMN GB campus, Room 221

Details: This 45-minute workshop led by "The Princess" and writing tutor, Sandra Shackelford, will focus on various types of essays you will write in college, basic essay structure and tips on writing great essays. Bring pencil and paper for note taking. There will be handouts to help you simplify and clarify the essay writing process.

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CREATIVE THINKING WORKSHOP

Instructor: Mary Anne Hill, CMN Writing Specialist

Date/Time/Location:

  • Monday, October 17, 3:30-4:30 p.m. at the CMN GB campus, Room 222

Details: Learn how to improve your creativity and ability to generate new unusual, original, diverse, and elaborate ideas. Would you like to explore and expand your thought patterns? Explore multiple possibilities and approaches? Laugh and play? Would you like to become the next Steve Jobs? If so, PLAN TO ATTEND.

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A VOICE OF YOUR OWN

Instructor: Sandra Shackelford, CMN Writing Specialist

Date/Time/Location:

  • Wednesday, October 26, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. at the CMN GB campus, Room 221

Details: Where did you come from? What inspired your unique voice and point of view? What are your dreams and goals? What’s your idea of “success”? In this writing workshop, led by CMN’s Writing Princess, Sandra Shackelford, you will creatively explore the above questions, delving deep into your past experiences as you prepare to move ahead into your possible future. Come prepared to write, share, and have fun!

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CRITICAL THINKING WORKSHOP

Instructor: Mary Anne Hill, CMN Writing Specialist

Date/Time/Location:

  • Tuesday, November 15, 3:30-4:30 p.m. at the CMN GB campus, Room 221

Details: Want to learn what your professors are talking about when they mention "Critical Thinking?" Long ago, a classical Greek philosopher named Socrates demonstrated the foundations of critical thinking by asking these questions: Who? What? When? Where? Why? Define, Clarify, Describe, Relate, Explain, Justify, and What If? Your teachers will also ask these questions. This workshop will show you how to rationally examine your thoughts and opinions, and will encourage you to develop the problem-solving and decision-making skills needed for college and professional success.

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