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Developmental Writing

ENG 0300 - Composition and Grammar

ENG 0300 is designed to prepare students for ENG 1301, this course addresses grammar, punctuation rules, and essay writing. Placement is based on the approved writing exam. Only students who have a 70 or better in course work will be eligible to take the final exam; those students not eligible will earn a grade of "F" in ENG 0300 and must retake the course at Texas Wesleyan. Students earning a 70 or better in course work, including the final essay, will receive the earned grade, and must enroll in ENG 1301.

  • This course does not fulfill the English requirement within the General Education Curriculum.
  • Enrollment and attendance in developmental courses is required in order to enroll in college level courses. A withdrawal of any kind (this includes a drop) will result in automatic withdrawal from all active level courses. 

WRT 0311 - Writing I for Non‐Native Speakers

WRT 0311 is an introductory course targeting writing process and skills as part of the Linguistic Diversity Bridge Program. Placement is based on the approved writing exam. Writing, including grammar, syntax and vocabulary, will be learned through application in the context of meaningful writing. This course emphasizes the interrelatedness of listening, speaking, reading and writing through multiple opportunities to use language in a writing workshop. Students enrolled in this course must demonstrate learned proficiency by receiving a grade of “C” or higher in the course and by passing an exit exam. Students unable to demonstrate proficiency are required to enroll in WRT 0312 the following semester.

  • This course does not fulfill the English requirement within the General Education Curriculum.
  • Enrollment and attendance in developmental courses is required in order to enroll in college level courses. A withdrawal of any kind (this includes a drop) will result in automatic withdrawal from all active level courses. 

WRT 0312 - Writing II for Non‐Native Speakers

WRT 0312 addresses writing processes and skills as part of the Linguistic Diversity Bridge Program. Placement is based on the approved writing exam. Academic writing is emphasized throughout this course with ample opportunities for application. Grammar, syntax and vocabulary will be addressed in the context of meaningful writing. Throughout this course, the interrelatedness of listening, speaking, reading and writing will be emphasized with multiple opportunities to use language in a writing workshop setting. Students enrolled in this course must demonstrate learned proficiency by receiving a grade of “C” or higher in the course and by passing an exit exam

  • This course does not fulfill the English requirement within the General Education Curriculum.
  • Enrollment and attendance in developmental courses is required in order to enroll in college level courses. A withdrawal of any kind (this includes a drop) will result in automatic withdrawal from all active level courses. 
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