Greetings, superfriends, and welcome to this week's episode.
Normally, on the show, I interview real-life superhumans to tease out the skills and strategies they use to achieve the seemingly impossible. This week, we have a “mini” episode; an essay I've written on learning, and why I feel that it's the only skill that really matters.
I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed producing it.
Please take a moment to let me know what you think in the comments either way!
In the writing course, students learn the purpose of standardized spelling, grammar, and punctuation, and how language skills make everyday tasks easier.
Essays On Accelerated Learning
Students learn skills for organizing their writing, and also learn about how to write and self-evaluate an effective essay.
This means that A-Comp students take IRW 099 instead of IRW 098.
Most students will have one English instructor for both of their classes.
They will be better able to focus on answering the questions instead of navigating the interface.
Accelerated Composition (A-Comp) allows students with a higher-level Integrated Reading and Writing (IRW) placement to complete their EN 101 class in the same semester as their IRW class.