FASS 222 D100 - Writing Right

Improve your writing skills

Provides an opportunity for students to undertake a close revision of a previously written paper in order to learn how to improve the clarity, economy, and flow of their writing. Activities are designed to teach students how to revise their work more effectively. The writing and revision strategies worked on in this course are applicable across all disciplines.

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What you will learn and when it is offered

What you'll learn

  1. Through a series of low stakes writing activities, gain an awareness of how past writing experiences have shaped your understanding of who you are as a writer.
  2. Understand that strong writing comes through focused revisions.
  3. Revise your own work using a variety of strategies to improve clarity, economy and style.
  4. Learn how to thoughtfully critique the work of peers.
  5. Incorporate revision suggestions of peers into your work.

When it is offered

Location: Burnaby Campus


  • May 9
  • May 16
  • May 23
  • May 30
  • June 6


  • 10:30 am - 1:20 pm

Course instructor

Jennifer Chutter

Jennifer Chutter has had a long and varied career of teaching writing to elementary, high school, and undergraduate students. She has years of experience teaching students with learning disabilities, ADHD, neurodiversity, and mental health issues. She believes that everyone can write more successfully and with less stress because it is a skill that needs to be practiced. In her experience, many students have not been given the emotional support or the understanding of academic conventions to develop their skills as a writer. This course will help you to identify your strengths as a writer, and to give tools and strategies to remediate your writing. It is designed to meet you where you are at, whether you are first semester or last semester.

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