Reading Tutoring* and Reading Groups Spring '07* Monday–Tuesday 10-2 | Wednesday 3-6 | Thursday-Friday 10-2 | Jan 29-May 18 | R 207
While computer and workbook activities may be utilized at the Reading Lab (R207) 8am-7:45pm most of the week, students taking any level of English class may go to the Reading Lab to work face-to-face with a faculty reading tutor during the hours shown below. Students may also join a reading group (scroll down) for lab credit and/or pleasure; specific group schedules and descriptions are shown below. Both options offer great opportunities to learn from and interact with instructors and peers. Download a printer-friendly version of the reading tutoring/group schedules.
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(Register in advance at the Reading Lab, Library 207. Each session is five weeks long.)
- SESSION 1 runs from 2/27-3/28 in room 215 in The Rosenberg Library
- SESSION 2 runs from 4/10-5/10 in room 215 in The Rosenberg Library
THE NOVEL GROUP Tuesdays 11-12
Discuss The Revolt of the Cockroach People , by Oscar Zeta Acosta and take a powerful Mexican-American hippie trip back to the turbulent 1960s and ‘70s. Political protest and insurrection against religious, educational, and legal systems!
For more, email Mr. Bacsierra: email@example.com
New night group! THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY GROUP
Tuesdays 7-8 pm
THE DRAMA GROUP
Enjoy Thornton Wilder's classic American play, Our Town, and explore "ordinary" life in turn-of-the-century Grover's Corners. As Wilder told Gertrude Stein, "It's a little play with all the big subjects in it."
For more, email Ms. Scrafford:
THE SHORT STORY GROUP
What do actors Cruise, Reeves, Schwarzenegger, & Ford have in common? Films based on Philip K. Dick's writing. Discuss a series of PKD's short stories & ask why his kind of science fiction has become more of a prediction than a fantasy.
For more, email Mr. Cook: firstname.lastname@example.org
THE POETRY GROUP Thursdays 2-3
Love poetry? Hate poetry? Think you can't figure out poetry? Come join the poetry reading group to learn why modern poems can be fun to read and re-read. Together we'll discuss and discover multiple meanings in poems by authors including Richard Garcia, Tupac Shakur, June Jordan, and Elizabeth Bishop.
For more, email Ms. Teague
TWO GREAT WAYS TO ENJOY READING
AND EARN LAB CREDIT!
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