Academic papers don’t have to mean skipping lunch to feverishly type before a deadline. And though papers take work to write, they don’t have to be characterized by tedium and dispassion. The Writing Center collaborates with you to instill the habits, skills, and commitment conducive to effective writing. In thirty-minute, one-on-one peer consultations, we’ll provide feedback on any writing project, at any stage – regardless of level of proficiency. This free service is open to undergraduate, graduate, and ESL students from any discipline. We are located on the first floor of Buswell Library, near the computer labs.
Students once again exchange and read each other's work and perhaps even write a response or reply.
A summary of the differences
Process-driven approaches show some similarities with task-based learning, in that students are given considerable freedom within the task. They are not curbed by pre-emptive teaching of lexical or grammatical items. However, process approaches do not repudiate all interest in the product, (. the final draft). The aim is to achieve the best product possible. What differentiates a process-focussed approach from a product-centred one is that the outcome of the writing, the product, is not preconceived.