College courses are packed with a ton of reading and writing, and each subject has its own set of rules, formats, and styles. An Algebra textbook isn’t going to read like a textbook about 17th-century European literature. So not only do you have to read and write, you have to learn how to read and write for each subject.
But it’s not as hard as it might sound. In this course, Interdisciplinary Reading, Writing, and Research, you’ll be able to look at how academic texts and writing are constructed and interpreted. You’ll explore how to analyze sources, craft thesis statements, develop essays, and edit papers and projects for submission.
Reading and writing in different courses can seem tough, but knowing the structures they share will make the process much easier.