We believe in cultivating a culture of writing and speaking that promotes inclusion and collaboration. Grow in confidence as writers and speakers; Consider the context, audience, and purpose of their writing; Understand and respond to classroom assignments; Engage intellectually with their chosen topic; Deliver relevant content in a compelling and polished manner; Convey their understanding of a topic; Develop a clear central message that shapes the entire work; Learn to deploy disciplinary conventions regarding organization and style; Present ideas in an organized and cohesive manner; Discern credible and relevant supporting material; and Use appropriate and interesting language.
We believe in encouraging students to explore and articulate developing ideas across a range of disciplines and within a variety of rhetorical contexts. We believe that writing and speaking skills emerge through extensive reading, thoughtful analysis, and continuous revision.
Setting up a Free Account: We believe that students come to campus with a wide range of language and writing backgrounds, and we encourage students to draw upon their knowledge as they improve their written and oral communication skills at CMC.
The schedule always has the current day at the top of the list. Please be sure to fill this information out accurately and thoroughly. Click on a white block for the time and tutor you would like to reserve. Our Values We believe that developing excellent written and oral communication skills is an essential component of a liberal arts education.
Your information will not be shared. The schedule is organized by day and time slots available for each tutor. The system will ask you for some basic information. Through one-on-one peer tutoring, extensive programming, and multilingual writing support, the CWPD empowers students in all disciplines to make confident and informed decisions as they participate within a variety of discourse communities.
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As part of the ongoing workshop series “The Craft of Writing,” the CMC Center for Writing and Public Discourse will host an event with Wendy Goldman, actress, writer. The latest Tweets from Center for Writing (@CMCWriting). The Center for Writing & Public Discourse / Claremont McKenna College.
Claremont, CA Our Mission The Center for Writing and Public Discourse (CWPD) at Claremont McKenna College (CMC) supports the school’s mission to “educate its students for thoughtful and productive lives and responsible leadership” by fostering excellence in written and oral communication.
Through one-on-one peer tutoring, extensive programming, and multilingual writing support, the CWPD empowers. The Center for Writing and Public Discourse at Claremont McKenna College provides inspiration and support to our academic and extended community through collaboration and outreach with a focus on excellence in writing and communication., powered by Localist.
Public Discourse: Student Voices Discourse Magazine is an online arts and literary journal created for the students of Claremont McKenna College, by the students of Claremont McKenna College.
Each month, we take submissions on a certain theme.Download