Welcome to Composition at the Beach! CSULB’s composition program is committed to helping students develop the writing abilities needed to succeed in their academic careers, their future professions, their civic responsibilities, and their lives in general. This social networking site is rich with resources for composition instructors and students. Through the “Groups” tab, Composition at the Beach also serves as the portal for many courses: from First-Year Composition to Advanced Argumentation to our graduate course on Theories and Practices of Composition, the site presents the most up-to-date approaches to teaching writing today.
Students: Composition at the Beach is a social network with over 1000 members. The site has been designed to complement your English classes, and many of your instructors have created class groups for you to join. You can look for your class under the “Groups” tab. Please keep in mind that this “Main” page is visible to everyone on the site. This means that anything you post to the main page or write in the main room chat feature can be seen by everyone: not just the people in your class. If you’d like to ask a question, be sure to identify your course number or instructor. To avoid confusion, it may be best to message your instructor or a classmate privately.
Save the date, scholars! EGSA's third annual graduate student conference will take place on Thursday, 10 April, 2014, at CSULB.More information concerning theme, submission deadlines, and other confe…
Organized by English Graduate Student Association (EGSA) | Type: conference
Approved Composition Textbook List for 100 and 100S for the 2013-2014 academic year
Composition 100S, formerly known as ENGL 1 and ENGL 1E, is now a stretch course and is a graded, credit bearing course. We will be overhauling this section with resources for ENGL 100S during summer 2013.
Early Start Program
The CSU system enacted a policy known as "Early Start" requiring incoming students who score 147 or below on the English Placement Test to begin remediation during the summer. Click here for the most up-to-date information.
Started by Karen Jansta in Composition Issues Sep 12, 2013.
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