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Learning Support Courses

GPA

In this class you will have the opportunity to learn strategies that both focus on your most immediate academic needs as well as help you in future learning environments. From first-year students to those preparing for graduate school testing, Strategic Learning can help you assess yourself as a learner and develop a customized approach to improve a range of study skills including time management, reading, writing and test-taking.

You can register any time before the class begins using the Alternative Calendar System:

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Spring 2017 Schedule

SUBJ/CRS# CRN TITLE DAYS TIME INSTR LOC
REA 2604 23575 Strategic Learning
Class begins Feb 8
W 06:00 PM – 07:50 PM M. Newtown LIB
210
REA 2604 23577 Strategic Learning
Class begins Feb 16
R 06:00 PM – 07:50 PM DeVries LIB
210

READING AND WRITING COURSES

(PERMIT RESTRICTED: Registration by advisor referral only)

REA 1205 ADVANCED READING

This 3-credit course focuses on developing a broad array of intellectual strategies that are needed for understanding college-level academic material. The course addresses several important dimensions, such as enhancing critical reading skills, improving reading comprehension, increasing vocabulary knowledge, and improving reading rate. The course will use a strategic-reflective reading model to provide students with the opportunity to augment their critical thinking ability to grasp the expansive and interdisciplinary nature of academic information.

(Registration is limited by permit and available only by advisor referral)

ENC 1130 IMPROVING COLLEGE WRITING

This 3-credit course approaches writing as a process and utilizes prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing. Through intensive reading and writing practice, the curriculum will address grammar, mechanics, punctuation, word usage, and essay structure.

(Registration is limited by permit and available only by advisor referral)

(813) 974-2729

4202 E. Fowler Ave. LIB122 Tampa FL 33620

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